Espresso Veloce Serie Titanio 500

Aug 24, 2016

Category: Gear

Whether you are a fan of caffeinated beverages or fine motor vehicles, you probably have some measure of respect for quality engineering. And if you don’t, you should. For those of us who are both aficionados of vehicular excellence and coffee majesty – the intrepid folks at Super Veloce, under the direction of designer Paulo Mastrogiuseppe, have combined these wonders into their line of visionary Espresso Veloce machines.

This version, dubbed the ‘Serie Titanio 500,’ offers up single-servings of the brain-fuel known as espresso through an aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium constructed apparatus built to resemble an either V8, V10, or V12 engine – with your choice of any of 6 cam cover colors for an added accent burst. And; weighing in at just over 50 pounds and measuring up at 14 inches in length, 16.5 in width, and a height of 13.3; this beautiful beast is a reasonable size and shape for nearly any kitchen. But don’t let those cylinders fool you, this fella doesn’t run on petroleum – it’s electric. [Purchase]

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