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在速克達機車世界裡,Vespa 擁有至高無上的崇高地位,是其他機車品牌所無法比擬的。Vespa 雖然也有電動機車 Vespa Elettrica,不過有義大利設計師覺得不滿足,自行設計了仿效經典 Vespa 車型所打造出的電動機車「Vespa Elettra Concept」。

這裡看 Vespa Elettra Concept 相片集】(function(){var album_arr = {};album_arr.no = '1909';album_arr.path = '/Upload/auto/bphoto/thumb/2020/12/21/';album_arr.photos = [['24442','20201221-24442-1.png'],['24443','20201221-24443-5.png'],['24444','20201221-24444-2.png'],['24445','20201221-24445-3.png'],['24446','20201221-24446-4.png'],['24447','20201221-24447-6.png']];album_show(album_arr);})();

這是由總部位在義大利 Como 的 MA-DE Studio Design 設計工作室,所推出的代表作。創辦人 Andrea Della Vecchia 表示,「這不是正式的 Vespa 案子,而是出自於我們對同為義大利品牌的熱愛」。

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Vespa Elettra Concept 設計靈感,來自全球賣出 1800 萬輛,1946 年 4 月 Piaggio Vespa 車型。

在設計師的理念裡,指出這是一款不失去經典靈魂,一眼就能認出的現代版本 Vespa,以 1946 年 4 月的 Piaggio Vespa 基礎打造,這車型在全球累積至今已來到 1800 萬輛銷售,以這為基礎,MA-DE Studio Design 將它打造成電動機車。

MA-DE Studio Design 設計工作室盡可能地讓 Vespa Elettra Concept,忠於當年經典 Vespa 原貌。

動力方面,擁有 7kW 電動馬達,扭矩可來到 240Nm,能達成最高時速 95 公里的極速,若搭配 5.6kWh 的電池,充飽電後最多可跑 150 公里。

雖然外型保有經典 Vespa 樣貌,不過設計師也巧妙地結合數位新科技,將手機結合嵌入成為數位儀表板,能透過藍牙連接專屬 App 配對,進行身份驗證。

位在龍頭上方,將手機嵌入其中的數位儀表板,才能看得出 Vespa Elettra Concept 科技的一面。

創辦人 Andrea Della Vecchia 認為,電動車是遲早的事,不只是電動車,就連電動機車同樣也是如此。

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Unless you can afford to spend really serious money on a car, these Ford GTs are well out of reach. However, if money was no issue, would you rather own the 2018 GT or a 2005 one?

The two cars are being auctioned off by Mecum at its Kissimmee event running from January 7-16, 2021. They have very similar exterior and interior configurations and neither has been driven all that much.

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Starting with the 2018 model, it is finished in Triple Yellow with black racing stripes and has 1,665 miles (2,679 km) on the clock. It sits on 20-inch gloss black forged aluminum wheels and is also being sold with the available carbon fiber 10-spoke rims complete with titanium lug nuts.

The cabin features black Sparco carbon fiber racing seats clad in Alcantara, a 10.1-inch digital instrument cluster and a 6.5-inch infotainment system. Taking into consideration the remarkable sums that other used 2017 and 2018 GTs are fetching, this one will likely sell for over $1 million.

As for the 2005 Ford GT, it is finished in Speed Yellow, making it one of just 19 in this color for the 2005 model year. It too has black racing stripes, grey-painted brake calipers and lightweight BBS forged aluminum wheels. This car is number 320 of the 2,022 examples produced and has 7,100 miles (11,426 km) on the clock, which is not much when you consider its age.

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The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s big bet in the electric vehicle world, and to make sure it’s suitably futuristic, the designers chose not to add traditional door handles. It’s a classic show car trick that makes vehicles look sleek, but the designers still have to find a way to let people get into the car.

Ford’s solution are little buttons on the B and C pillars that pop the front and rear doors open, respectively. And while the front door has a little handle to help you pull it open, the rear doesn’t. As Doug DeMuro explains in his latest video, that’s because Ford’s research showed people just grab the door around its perimeter to open it.

They’re so certain that people will just grab the door that they even added a little rubber section on the inside to make sure you don’t have to touch bare metal in case it’s very hot or cold out.

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But requiring passengers to reach between the door and the car means that there’s a risk, even if it’s a small one, that the door will close on their fingers. So how did Ford stop that from happening? With a little kickstand.

When you press the open door button, the kickstand pops out to prevent the door from closing on your fingers. That allows you to safely open the door, at which point the kickstand retracts and the door can close. The front door also has this function, presumably because Ford thinks front-seat passengers will also be reaching around the door’s edge to pull it open.

The lack of door handles comes with another benefit, besides looks, though. It allows the side of the vehicle to be perfectly smooth, improving its drag coefficient and, thus, its range. With up to 300 miles of range, the Mach-E is not far off the slightly more expensive Tesla Model Y, which can go up to 316 miles per charge.

The door handles — or lack thereof — are just one of the many quirks that Demuro covers in his review of the Mach-E. Of course he also took it out for a spin and found it sporty and likable. Maybe Ford’s onto something here.