stuff we drool about

Volkswagen e-BULLI Electric Microbus

Volkswagen has teamed up with Stuttgart-based EV-conversion company eClassics, for this gorgeous all-electric Microbus based on the classic T1 Samba Bus produced in 1966. Named e-BULLI, the vintage Volkswagen-turned EV had its original 32 kW four-cylinder boxer engine replaced with a VW modern 61 kW electric motor, giving it two times the torque than the original combined with a top speed of 80 mph (130 kph). The vintage Kombi also features a retuned chassis, a new suspension system, and a lower center of gravity, making it a sharper-handling minivan than the original model. A new rack-and-pinion steering system was also put in, and four-wheel disc brakes were installed. The price for an e-BULLI, starts at €64,900 ($69,500), and in case this T1 conversion doesn’t fit your fancy, eClassics says it will convert both T2 and T3 vans, as well. 



volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-2.jpg | Image

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-3.jpg | Image

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-4.jpg | Image

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-5.jpg | Image

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-6.jpg

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-7.jpg

volkswagen-e-bulli-electric-microbus-8.jpg

Taylor Stitch
Briston watches
Huckberry Interior
INNESENTI | THE ULTIMATE SPORTS MACHINE | Image

INNESENTI | THE ULTIMATE SPORTS MACHINE

Designed by Trevor Innes, INNESENTI was designed from scratch using Formula 1 and Indy Car Racing Technology he created an incredibly fast machine, with awesome braking and handling. Carefully thought out and tested ergonomics coupled to an unbelievably comfortable seat make the the most practical man powered sports machine in the world....
read more
VOLKSWAGEN AQUA CONCEPT | Image

VOLKSWAGEN AQUA CONCEPT

Imagined by young Chinese designer, 21 year old Yuhan Zhang, a recent graduate in Industrial Design with honors from the University Xihua-China, the "Volkswagen Aqua" is an amazing concept, a hybrid vehicle half way between a car and a hovercraft. The vehicle is powered by Hydrogen and propelled by impellers....
read more
BEN GIESE TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER | Image

BEN GIESE TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER

Ben Giese is the creative director and editor-in-chief of Meta magazine. A man of exceptional taste, he grew up racing motocross. When he decided to create this model, the goal was one: to be able to take him beyond the paved streets of the city to the mountains and the deserts. Most of all, make it refined and focused on performance. The result is a gorgeous blacked-out 2017 Triumph Scrambler, with a perfect stance and near-Scandinavian levels of minimalism. ...
read more