Panzer VIII Maus Super-Heavy Tank
The Panzer VIII Maus is the heaviest tank ever built. It
was manufactured in Germany by Porsche towards the end of the
Second World War. And only one completed tank was produced before
it and another partially built example were captured by the
The Panzer VIII Maus was massive. It's 188 ton weight dwarfs
that of other super-heavy tanks, like the American T28 (95 tons),
and the later Soviet tank dubbed Object 279 (60 tons). Continue
Renault 8 Gordini Concept
The original Renault 8 Gordini, introduced in 1964, was a
high-performance version of the humble Renault 8 family car.
It was instantly distinguishable from its more mundane counterpart
by its unique blue paintwork and accompanying white stripes.
The new Renault 8 Gordini carries the same iconic colors, but
in what looks like a significantly more entertaining package.
Unlike the original, which only came as a four-door car, the
concept only comes as a sportier-looking two-door. Continue
Nord 1500 Griffon
The Nord 1500 Griffon was a hybrid ramjet / turbo jet powered
experimental fighter aircraft developed in France by Nord Aviation.
The 1500 Griffon was designed to fulfil a French military requirement
for a high speed (Mach 2+) interceptor.
The origins of the Nord 1500 Griffon began in the late 1940s,
with studies into high-speed delta wing aircraft. However it
wasn't until the mid-50s that the Griffon project really began
to gather pace. In 1953 two prototypes of the aircraft were
Porsche 911 Vision ESQUISITE
The Porsche 911 is probably the the one car that has changed
the least over its successive years - at least visually. Every
new generation 911 is just finely tweaked and adjusted in comparision
to its predecssor, they might be completley new underneath,
but the styling follows the same time honored recipie.
The Porsche 911 Vision ESQUISITE takes all that heritage, and
fires it from the creative cannon into the middle of next week.
Its a raw, futuristic vision of a 911 racer from 20 years down
the line. Continue