Espresso Veloce Titanio Espresso Machine

Nov 2, 2018

Category: Gear

A couple of the biggest commodities in the world are coffee and petroleum, and the South African company Super Veloce has combined both in their Espresso Veloce Titanio. This monster of a machine is made out of stainless steel and titanium and is designed for taking espresso pods. The 23 Kilogram engine-block sits on a counter with a length of 380mm, a width of 420mm and a height of 340 mm.

The cam covers on the Titanio come in 6 different colors, red, blue, orange, gunmetal, gold, and black. The cylinder heads are made with anodized natural alloy, and main components with a combination of anti-corodal 6082, 6061/T6 alloy, stainless steel 316, and titanium 304. The Titanio comes in three different models, the V8, V10, and V12 for the supercar fan in all of us. The machine is limited to just 500 numbered units worldwide, and starts out at $12,999 [Purchase]

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