Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:21 AM PDT
Touch sensitive kitchen faucetsThe faucet will turn the water on when you touch any part of the spout or handle, even with the back of your hand.
Faucets are one of the most useful tools in a kitchen, allowing you to easily draw water for your cooking, cleaning and drinking. Considering their constant use, they need to be strong enough to endure pressure so that they can be used for a long time. Thus, the materials used to manufacture kitchen faucets have to be sturdy and the design itself needs to be such that they are easy to use.
Nowadays, people tend to go for luxury and style in whatever they chose for themselves. From the clothes you wear to the cars you drive, we all want the best for our homes too. A plush fabricated sofa, plasma TV with HD technology, an automatic fan or an air-conditioner, self retaining water purifier, automatic alarm system, new tech security system, elegant-luxurious space saving furniture…the list goes on. If we’re spending on luxuries then why not do the same with kitchen faucets? Below are the latest trends for kitchen faucets that will make your cooking area look stylish and sleek. They’ve been created using the latest technology to help make work minimal and easy.
Some of us may wonder why we have to spend so much just for style and beauty. But it isn’t only about the looks. It boils down to keeping your space simple, neat and efficient. It’s also a boon to those who are hygienically and environmentally conscious and pressed for time. Take for instance having to turn on faucets while your hands are full of oil or salad dressing. Wouldn’t it be so much easier to turn them on without actually twisting the knob? Enter the Touch20 Technology developed by Delta whose designs are minimalistic as well as very convenient.
What makes it so special
The faucets made using this technology are touch-sensitive just like the touch-sensitive lamps which switch on automatically when encountering a body’s presence. The flow of water through these faucets is monitored just by a nudge. The product is intelligently designed as it doesn’t let water flow unnecessarily. It turns itself off after exactly four minutes when there is no action performed to terminate the water’s flow. They’re perfect for households that have kids who don’t think to turn off water when not in use.
Apart from this, the technology also provides another interesting feature where you can adjust the temperature of the water by pressing a few simple buttons. There are even other faucets with invisible temperature control systems embedded in them. These look nothing like ordinary faucets and more like ornamental pieces for your kitchen.
You might be wondering how a touch-sensitive faucet can actually be cleaned but the procedure is as simple as ever. The sensors that are embedded are designed in such a manner that they have the ability to recognize when they are being touched to turn on water flow or to adjust the temperature and flow force of water or even when they are being swiped clean. These intelligent gadgets will let your forget all about dripping and leaking faucets so that you can concentrate on other more important things.
What's in it for me
Here are some of the different types of touch-sensitive faucets which might interest you.
1. Elegantly techie fluid faucet series by Jordan Tomnuk
Fluid faucetFrom Jordan Tomnuk come this really cool fluid faucet series
2. Pure Tap
Pure tapTo make your washroom areas sparkle with unending grace, Joseph Coy has designed the Pure Tap.
TriflowZaha Hadid has come up with this futuristic kitchen and bathroom tap design for the British company Triflow that draws inspiration from the fluid geometries of water in motion.
4. Y-con kitchen faucet
Y-conThe all new Y-con touch sensor kitchen faucet by Newform is a stylishly techie fixture
While these faucets are very efficient and elegant to look at, their cost may make you think twice about buying them, ranging from about $500 to $545. But the engineering and technology involved to give you the most convenient way to go about your kitchen work, not to mention their quality, are worth investing in. While they are expensive initially, their durability and touch-sensitive capability are ideal in the long term. No longer will you need to worry about dripping faucets and calling the plumber now and then. You can do your part in saving much-needed water. With these, you can concentrate on other work and leave your old concerns behind.
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:21 AM PDT
beer cans sculpturesUsed beer cans turned into creative sculptures
With the world’s environmental balance on a steady and steep decline, we’ve come upon the time to be ecologically sensitive not only for other species but ourselves as well. We’ve all heard of the 4 Rs to be environmentally conscious - Reuse, Reduce, Recycle and Recover. Some creative geniuses have taken this to a whole new level with recycled pieces of pure art made exclusively from beer cans.
The inspiration behind these awe-inspiring works of art is a tribute to Turkish Beer, Efes Pilsen and one piece dedicated to Dutch beer, Heineken. Special attention to detail seemed to have been the USB at this exhibition showcasing creations from art geniuses. From motorcycles and airplanes to armed soldiers, miniature artists playing instruments and elaborate buildings, it was truly a watcher’s delight.
What is interesting has to do with some beer related gossip. 24th January every year, supposedly, is celebrated as Beer Can Appreciation Day in honor of the first day that beer was sold in cans way back in 1935. You’d be amazed to see how many different sculptures and statuettes these little cans have the potential to be. You could start with the novice beer can trick, the pyramid and graduate to a pro. It is so much more easy than it looks.
The target group
Literally anyone can make cool stuff with waste beer tin cans. You don’t have to be a professional artist. Just read up on the how-to to get some ideas.
Along with helping the environment, you will also be saving yourself cash by having items like lanterns and such at your home made out of beer cans without having to spend money buying a new one. You can use cans to revamp little corners of your home that need some life or use them to decorate a party venue. You can even design your own games and keep these as prizes at the end or hide them away as part of a game. There are hundreds of ways these recycled bits can be used for, from little kids’ door wind chimes to the old granny’s over head lantern near the bedside table.
1. Beer can Ornaments.
OrnamentsTurning beer cans into ornaments.
2. Beer cans Lanterns
LanternTurning beer can into lantern.
3. Beer cans Airplane.
airplaneBuild a Model Airplane out of Beer Cans.
4. Wind Chime out of beer cans.
wind chimeTurning beer can into win chime.
These are some of the easy ‘do it yourself’ projects that you can undertake without any prior skill. And what better way to create something by yourself than by making use of old items that you plan to chuck out? The only thing you should keep in mind while working on them is to always wear safety goggles and gloves so that even if a little sliver of metal takes a jump, your eyes remain unharmed and when the utility knife pierces the tin inadequately, your fingers don’t become the target. Once you’re done, have fun with your self-carved master pieces and be proud that you just made your significant contribution to saving the environment.
Some of the other cool stuff that you can make with your pack of used beer cans are tin cars, metal boxes, miniature super heroes and artists, pencil and pen cases, cigar cases and creative cut vases. Did we hear someone say ‘creative investment’?
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:20 AM PDT
Self Balancing MotorcycleSelf Balancing Motorcycle
This however leads to many errors and it is extremely difficult to maintain stability as the speed increases. This led to a need for a new generation of self balancing motorbikes which needs absolutely no manual assistance to stabilize itself no matter what the speed is. Here we have listed a few sleek and stylish self balancing motorbikes which have the potential to revolutionize the motorcycle industry.
1. Uno motorcycle
Uno motorcycleUno motorcycle reconfigures itself on the fly
Ben is hoping to produce an initial run of 30 bikes within the next year with a limited top speed of 56km/h due to various liability issues and will be available for any enthusiast at $25,000. As the production of this bike goes up the top speed is predicted to increase considerably and the price is predicted to decrease to around $6,500.
2. Taurus electric self-balancing motorcycle
Taurus Electric Self-Balancing MotorcycleTaurus Electric Self-Balancing Motorcycle
The enthusiasts around the world are sitting with crossed fingers hoping for the Taurus to go into production as soon as possible as it definitely looks very stylish and comfortable compared to the existing Segway.
EniCycleThe EniCycle Is One-Wheeled Fun We Could All Get Behind
4. Single-wheel-drive electric self balancing unicycle
Single-wheel-drive electric self balancing unicycleSingle-wheel-drive electric self balancing unicycle
5. Honda U3-X
Honda U3-XHonda U3-X: Segway-style unicycle for personal mobility
HornetHornet, the single-wheeled superbike
7. M. Goventosa's one wheel motorcycle
M. Goventosa's one wheel MotorcycleM. Goventosa's one wheel to obscurity
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:20 AM PDT
Portable bikePortable bike
These bikes can be folded, carried, and even pocketed in some cases, without adding more significant weight on the bearer.
Modern technology has made life much easier with its various portability solutions. The personal mobility sector, however, has remained largely untouched by such innovations. Many portable solutions to personal mobility has raised its head in concepts in recent times. The concepts look toward portability as well as something that will take up the minimum of parking space.
These bikes were first designed for the soldiers, so that the soldiers’ progress would not be hindered by carrying the bikes. Instead, they used to dismantle them into four parts and carry them in their backpacks. Today, these portable bikes have various sources of inspirations, but all these sources are linked together by one fact: ability to be parked in the smallest spaces available. There are some bikes, which have an additional inspiration: backpacks.
What makes it so special
The main thing that makes these bikes different from others is the fact that they can be folded, which means the rider need not have the idea of which part fits where. All he/she has to do is to remove the locks or merely fold it manually. These bikes are light-weights and thus don’t contribute to the overall weight on the body.
What’s in it for me?
For those who use bikes in hilly terrains and steep slopes, these bikes are useful. It becomes very difficult to climb slopes and dissipate more energy than walking. In such scenarios, all the bikers have to do is to fold these bikes and carry them to the position from where they are suitable to be used again. These bikes are also useful for those who have very little space in their house and backyard to keep their bikes. These portable bikes also reduce the risk of being stolen.
1. Backpack bicycle
Backpack BikeBackpack Bike a Portable bikes for congested urban environment
2. Rotation city bike
Rotation City BikeRotation City Bike a portable bikes for congested urban environment
3. BMW Mini
BMW MiniBMW Mini
4. Monocycle: World's first self balancing bike
5. Locust bicycle
Locust BikeLocust Bike a Portable bikes for congested urban environment
6. Noah bike
Noah bikeNoah bike portable bikes for congested urban environment
7. Shape-shifting bicycle
Shape-shifting bicycleShape-shifting bicycle
8. Trust-building bicycle
Trust-building bicycleTrust-building bicycle
Other bikes that deserve special mention are foldable Free Bike from Tan Zhao Bin - which looks more like a unicycle and is made in such a way that riding is less tiring - Lohas hybrid bike by Chen Wei-Ping - which uses an in-built windmill to recharge the batteries - Grasshopper from David Moreira Goncalves - which can be carried anywhere, and can produce electricity - and Jessie Chan Qiu Ping’s Revolution that is designed for fun- and challenge-loving youth.
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:20 AM PDT
Wrist WatchMaking time telling easier for the sightless
The market in overflowing with new inventions but it took so much time for designers to finally come up with watches specially catering the sightless. In the past, there were handful wrist watches targeting blind people, but these designs were experimental and never came to culmination. Presently there are several watch models designed specifically keeping the needs and comforts of the visually impaired. Various well-known watch designers think this market segment has an enormous potential. There is a rise in wrist watch designs for this category which includes the vibrating watch, talking watch, Braille watch etc.
These special watches cater to two categories like the visually impaired and people with partial blindness. The sole purpose of these lines of wrist watches or timepieces is to help them keep track of time without the help of other people. It is wonderful that these watches integrate various kinds of senses like touch and sound.
Initially, most watches targeted for this market segment are ineffective and complicated. The usability of this watch is simple and clear making it very user-friendly.
The primary problem faced by people in this category is the ability to tell time without relying on others. The target audience for these categories of wrist watches have several problems like the complicated modes, look, sturdiness, band size, battery life, price etc. Just because the person is blind doesn't mean they don't care about the design, in fact many sightless people care about fashion, how they look and what they wear. Previously there weren't many watches incorporating beauty with easy functions but now with the rise and that's what this visually impaired need.
Most of the regular wrist watches have these features but special watches crafted for the visually impaired have some if not all. Each one of these features is of high importance for user satisfaction.
Resilience: Most people complain that the watches designed for the visually impaired aren't very sturdy and wear out within a short span of time. Durability is a very important feature.
Appeal: Thoughtful designs are great but the blind love beauty just like the rest of us, hence having a chic design is a very important feature.
Band size: Flexibility of band size is important for comfortable wearing.
Simple modes or functions: The idea is to make time telling a simple process, complicated modes are an obstruction to this concept.
Realistically priced: Most of these watches have a futuristic look but let's be real, not everyone has money to buy overly expensive watches. Most people are willing to pay 100-500 USD on a watch that tells time aloud but anything more isn't for everybody.
How it works
Most of the watches work on feel and sound, the design varies but the method is the same. There are Braille watches that use the Braille language for the visually impaired to read time, simple designs make the time reading process easier. Most of the watches have small dots or different shapes like squares or triangles to denote minutes and hours. The new models come in an array of styles; some follow the traditional method and others look like bracelets, wrist bands and some look like sleek timepieces that you can keep in your pocket.
Some watches also have large fonts and hands so that the user can clearly tell time. Nevertheless the new versions of Braille watches have the talking or vibrating feature. The talking feature gets triggered by pushing a button or in some cases activated by motion.
Braille WristwatchBraille Wristwatch for visually impaired
This is a portable watch that's designed for the visually impaired to tell time at ease. These days Braille watches are very common, so you might find one as per your liking in analog or digital. The analog watches have an open face to let the user feel the dots and know the time, and the digital one use both feel and sound. However designer Lawrence Kwok has designed the "Braille Wristwatch" in a stylish yet minimalistic way, which makes sure all the unnecessary dots are removed so the user can focus on relevant information.
OOSH Braille WatchOOSH Braille Watch for visually impaired
The OOSH designed by WinG Li is an amazing watch. Simplicity in its design marks its uniqueness. It's a Braille watch that tells the user time simply by touching or feeling the dots on the face of the watch. It's great because it uses touch and sound. It also has a voice activation feature, which gets through motion, just tilt the watch towards your ear and it will audibly tell you the time. The stylish look and effortless mode makes this watch absolutely appealing.
Tactile Wrist-WatchTactile Wrist-Watch for visually impaired
It is a sleek design by Jacob Rynkiewicz. As the name suggests it relies on the sense of touch to successfully tell time to the sightless. This model allows the user to touch it causing a direct interaction with the timepiece. Designed like a simple wrist band, it's flexible and the rubber material avoids causing skin irritability making it a cool design.
The dots around the circumference indicates the different hours, the front of the watch consists of a button when pressed raises the minute hand. The person wearing the watch can rotate the minute hand and check the dots on the center button. The user can tell time by touching the watch's shell with their hand. The Tactile Wrist-Watch functions on the sense of 'feel' and it proves just like features, the aesthetics matter.
Sentio Digital Tactile WatchSentio Digital Tactile Watch for visually impaired
Designed for the blind, this avant-garde wrist watch created by Matthew Wagerfield is a mesh of motorized and modern-day design and technology. Sentio shows 7-segment displays and reveals the minutes or hours according to its setting.
The 14 segments marked on the face are mechanically animated. Each segment rises up, this way you can feel and touch it. It has a classy yet sturdy look and comes in silver and red with an awesome tactile display. I like the exterior and simple function of the watch. Overall it's an excellent and fresh concept for anyone with or without anyone visual impairment.
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:19 AM PDT
WetropolisWetropolis is a Post-Diluvian Floating Community
Thailand's capital, Bangkok is sinking. The sea levels around the country are rapidly increasing. The city was built around 300 years ago. The development of the city has caused damage to the underground aquifers. So, it is unable to handle flood water. The city is surrounded by water polluted due to Thailand's farm industry. The situation worsened due to the ongoing developmental projects which aggravates the country's pressing environmental problems.
How Serious It Is:
Bangkok government considers flooding a crisis and not a continuous problem. This mindset is contributing to the economic loss of the city which is been occurring since a couple of years. Due to this, the city is sinking 10 centimetres below the sea level and later it rises 40 centimetres annually.
Architects have proposed a prototype community which helps translate the principles of the flood conscious, traditional architecture into a contemporary and a sustainable Wetropolis. The project is working on the supra marine stilt home community of Koh Pan Yii. This is a type of settlement which floats on the Indian Ocean near the Andaman island, located on the southern part of Thailand. This settlement is successful in sustaining all types of typical functions of an urban community like hospitals, schools, public spaces, utilities and industry. This proposal will advance the concept by reducing its footprint on water by continuing the cultivation of mangrove forests.
The forest will provide the community with essential carbon dioxide that mitigates flora which is the essential natural effluent filtration system. This is the only green space in Bangkok which has the moderate local shrimp farming. This community will get elevated above the acres of underutilized shrimp farms. This aligns the interest of the urban people, shrimp farmers, government and the developers by sustaining the modest shrimp farming and sustaining mangrove restoration.
The new water-world style city plan known as Wetropolis will help sustain vegetation. The Wetropolis will allow Bangkok to deal with the natural flooding in an efficient way. The Wetropolis will permit vegetation to grow on the marshes that forms a homeostasis which causes detoxification on the Bangkok's polluted environs.
The city is surrounded by polluted water fields all over. The water fields and the buildings on them have aggravated the city's sinking state. The increasing population and the development of the city have caused the underground aquifers to exhaust. The aquifers control the flood water.
1. Lily pad floating city concept:
Lilypad floating city conceptThe Lilypad floating city concept is designed to house climate change refugees
It has a shape of a ribbed leaf of Victoria water lilies. It is made of the double skin of a floating ecopolis which would consist of polyester fibers. The fibers are covered by a titanium dioxide layer. This would react with ultraviolet rays and absorb atmospheric pollution through a photo catalytic effect.
2. Embassy of drowned nations:
Embassy of Drowned NationsEmbassy of Drowned Nations,Floating City for Rising Tide Victims
BOABOA,A sustainable floating city for a globally warmed world
This design will remove all the needs of cars within the urban structure which will create a carbon neutral entity. These structures will consist of a fresh water recovery systems, secured wind turbines, passive glazing system, gray water treatment facilities, sky garden heating/cooling system, harbor based water turbines, and photovoltaic systems.
4. Harvest city in Haiti:
Harvest City In HaitiHarvest City In Haiti,Floating Islands to Bring Agriculture and Industry to Haiti
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:19 AM PDT
Billiard-Dining TableBilliard Dining Tables to entertain and dine your guests
1. Billiard Dining Tables by MBM Billardi
MBM Billardi Billiard Dining TablesBilliard Dining Tables by MBM Billardi
2. Antique Billiard Dining Tables
Antique Billiard Dining TablesAntique Billiard Dining Tables to entertain and dine your guests
Apart from the look, what keeps this table unique from others is the fact that it is convertible. The table can be easily converted into a billiards-table by removing the top. What adds to the table’s value is that it is manufactured with precision ground slate beds, which is required for accurate playing, fast response from the cushion and long term use. Slate beds are provided in all the convertible-models.
The table highlights the masterpiece of the company. It has many mechanisms for adjusting the table’s height easily, as per the requirement, and most of these mechanisms are reliable.
Thus the table can enhance the beauty of the dining hall, as well as satiate one’s desire to play billiards with his friends and colleagues at his own place.
3. Koraltaruk Billiard Dining Tables
Koraltaruk Billiard Dining TablesBilliard Dining Tables by Koraltaruk Bilardo
In order to overcome the above problem, Koralaruk Bilardo, a furniture company, came up with a billiards dining table, which is actually a billiards-table designed as a dining table. To convert the dining table to the sporty billiards’ one, all one has to do is to flip open the side hinges.
The table is, however, not compromised for becoming a convertible. It still has many features of a dining table, as well as a desk. The plus point of this model is its high standard of finishing and manufacture. It is available in different models: Evolution High Gloss Model 2, Evolution Satin and Flora. Made from MDF, the table is available in range of color choices, as well, to compliment the furniture with the surroundings, while playing a host to the players’ desires.
4. Billiard-Dining Table by Alcocks
Billiard-Dining Table by AlcocksAlcock’s Billiard-Dining Table
It is fitted together with classic mortice and tenon jointing. Greater thickness in timbers allows shallow depth making it easier to sit at the table. Show timbers polished in any one of several colours provided to ensure you can achieve the best possible match to your existing décor. Table legs turned from 140 mm blocks, tapered, machined with Canterbury flutes and hand finished with standard adjustable toe. For more comfortable seating, legs available in varying lengths to allow choice among three stable height levels for the table. Fitted with two inset legs (9 ft size) or one central leg (7 ft and 8 ft sizes).
Table Top – Table comes with a matching top; cleated and padded for stability and protection.
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:18 AM PDT
Compact cars for future urban transportationFuture of urban transportation is compact cars
Keeping an eye on the increasing market of such cars, many car-companies are coming up with revolutionary ideas and designs that can, if implemented correctly, dominate the future roads.
WHAT IS IN FOR THE CUSTOMER
Before buying a compact car, customers should know something about them, so that later on, they are not disappointed. For instance, a compact car means the presence of a compact engine. As till now, no engine has been developed which give high-performance despite its small size, the compact car cannot be expected to scale high-speeds. These engines, due to the capacity of 1.5- to 2.4-liter fuel, and generating 170 to 300 horsepower, are restricted in their operation, but are the best for casual traveling without indulging into races or very long drives. In short, a compact car is not meant for speed-freaks.
However, this car comes with more benefits than one can anticipate. They run pretty well on gasoline due to small engine-sizes, and, as gasoline prices are usually lower than petrol-prices, fuel is much cheaper. Super-charged compacts are even better, running better on gas and running over 300 miles per tank, making it an ideal car for long distances. As these cars do not take up much space, they are easy to park, and are capable of fitting in small spaces, thus removing any worries related with parking.
1) Honda P-NUT
Honda P-NUTHonda P-NUT future car
2) Pixel Concept car
Pixel Concept carPixel Concept car by TATA
3) Navis Concept Car
Navis Concept CarThe Navis Concept Car
The surface is made up of semi-porous electrostatically sensitive metal-matix composite. Two additional layers of solid metal ensure protection against damage. An ultra-compact lithium-ion battery placed in the front of car will store energy. Two super-formed high tensile spring steel plates are wrapped in carbon fiber that makes the ride smoother. The main structure is separated from suspension plates by oil-filled rubber bladders. The reciprocal seating arrangement makes interaction between the driver and the passenger more convenient. The concept sounds appealing, but it will be hard to comment on its fate in the absence of detailed specification.
4) Kinetia Cuboy
Kinetia CuboyThe future car “Kinetia Cuboy”
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:17 AM PDT
touchscreen cellphone conceptstouchscreen cellphone concepts for effortless usage
1. Two Brix Are Better Than One
Touch Screen PhoneTouch Screen Convertible Phones
As you join together multiple screens, a virtual shared folder is created which lets you share your screen and not only the media. From a small screen to a big TV experience, with Brix, you can have it all.
2. LG Eagle dual touch screen phone concept
LG Eagle touch screenLG Eagle dual touchscreen phone concept.
3. Mooon+ Touch Screen Cell Phone
Mooon+The Mooon+ by Korean Sunman Kwon
4. Radia: Futuristic Touchscreen Cell Phone Concept
RadiaRadia, Touchscreen Cell Phone Concept.
5. Touchphone For The Blind
TouchphoneTouchphone For The Blind by Zhenwei You.
The Touchphone for the blind has plenty of features to help its users including Braille touchscreen, voice systems, various programs that any normal phone features, an object recognizer, a book reader as well as a navigation system. The phone can be considered a boon for the visually challenged and gives them an easier day-to-day experience.
6. Flip Phone
Flip PhoneFlip Phone by Kristian Ulrich Larsen
7. Aqua water-based touchscreen mobile phone
Aqua touchscreenAqua touchscreen by Bon Seop
This futuristic design reaches new heights with its water-based touchscreen from which you can rub off the things you don’t like. Being run on liquid battery that not only enhances the transparency of the phone but is eco friendly as well, the AQUA is a must-see phone for all those who like novelty and innovation.
8. RFR IPhone Next
RFR IPhoneRFR IPhone by Fabio Merzari
There are a myriad of features to check out in the RFR iPhone, the most important being the two OLED screens with shape memory alloy that help in the compact form the phone takes on when in a closed position. The phone also has a multilayer effect and multicolored screen that adjusts with the illumination of the environment. With a 5-mega pixel camera and a huge memory of 128 GB, this new iPhone is a thing of the future.
9. Nokia cellphone concept
Nokia cellphoneNokia cellphone by Juan Carlos Garzon
10. FiiL cellphone, Touchscreen Interface Concept!
FiiL cellphoneFiiL cellphone by Mac Funamizu
Posted: 07 Oct 2011 12:17 AM PDT
LimousineLuxury ride for the rich.
Following are some of the limousines which are designed based on other car-models. After being adapted to the serious-looking and luxurious modern limousines, some may find the models mentioned below unusual and funny, but the latter are worth a glance to compliment the imagination of the designers.
1. Prius Limousine
Prius LimousineCool 6-door custom made Prius limousine can seat 10 people
2. Porsche Cayenne Limousine
Porsche Cayenne LimousineIntroduced to compete with the American Hummer H2 limos and Lincoln Navigator limousines
3. Mini Cooper Limousine
Mini CooperMini Cooper
4. Chevrolet Corvette Limousine
Chevrolet Corvette LimousineChevrolet Corvette based limo seats 11 people.
5. Dodge Charger Daytona R / T Sedan
Dodge Charger Daytona R / T SedanDodge Charger Daytona R / T Top Banana holds up to 11 passengers
6. Ferrari 360 Modena Limousine
Ferrari 360 Modena LimousineFerrari 360 Modena is world’s first Gullwing Ferrari Limo
7. Chrysler Prowler Limousine
Chrysler Prowler LimousineComes with a 17-inch monitor with DVD/CD player, a 33000 Watt surround sound system
8. VW Beetle Limousine
VW Beetle LimousineCool limousine created from 1999 Volkswagen Beetle.
9. H2 Hummer Limousine
H2 Hummer LimousineH2 Hummer Limousine comes with Triple Axle 8 Wheel
10. Harley Davidson Limousine
Harley Davidson LimousinePart motorcycle, part limousine