the speedtail is mclaren’s first ever hyper-gt. a car that may not be, if not street legal, being able to find a street that’s as flat as the race track.
thinking when general motors got wind of this new detroit(!) upstart all-electric pickup truck packing performance, innovative features, and…supercar stylishness, they announced in 2019 they’re dumping their losses and focusing on self-driving and electric vehicles for their future. smart.
ultra-minimal, featuring no roof, no galley, no bunks, no head! but it is loaded with hinckley’s fine aesthetics, craftsmanship, performance, technology, 3d-printed titanium hardware, and price.
regulation around the globe cracking down on fuel economy and pollution and rightfully so.
in november the delivery date was pushed back end of march 2018. and now the delivery date is end of june.
this zero-emission car is designed for an era of luxurious limited space.
human greed for metals has grown to such an extent that by 2080, the biggest metal reserves will not be underground. instead, they will be above the surface as ingots stored in private buildings or otherwise circulated within products such as building materials, appliances, furniture and an ever-growing market of consumer electronic products.
the story here is the auto/truck industry predicts et-one will be on the road before semi.
the design: a very futuristic lamborghini-looking test tube supercar.
it’s always better. that’s the goal. to get better. and working with emeco, especially with emeco, where only one product is shown every year…the goal is to look towards the future creating products which are natural descendants of the original.