Automotive enthusiasts who equally adore their java will want to add the Espresso Veloce Machine to their kitchens since it’s supposed to be a tribute to the 1990’s Grand Prix race car engines which powered racing legends like Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. Made up of alloys like magnesium, titanium, and aluminum, it’s said to be half the size of the actual 3-liter engines that inspired its design (which means most likely it’s best if you have a large kitchen counter to put it on top of). A cool feature is that it’s offered in both V10 and V12 configurations, and the oil-filler doubles as a grappa reservoir, enabling the machine to pour a mean caffè corretto. You get your coffee from the exhaust tubes and also get mugs that are designed to complement the automotive theme of the machine. And like many hot rides, this coffee machine will only be limited to 500 numbered units worldwide. No official word yet on pricing or shipping dates, though.
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