Espresso Veloce Machine makes V10, V12 powered coffee

by Gareth Mankoo

The Grand Prix race car engines from the 1990s have crafted the biographies of greats including Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna. Yet, when it comes to paying a fitting tribute to the great mechanics, few could rival the brilliant Espresso Veloce Machine. Made of magnesium, titanium and aluminum alloys, the 3-liter engine replica is made for a larger than life kitchen setting. The Espresso Veloce Machine comes in both, V10 and V12 configurations, and the oil-filler functions as a grappa reservoir. The exhaust tubes are used to serve coffee in mugs that add more potency to the overall concept and theme.

There is no word on the pricing or availability of the Espresso Veloce Machine but what we do know is that the machine will be produced in just 500 nos.