Super Veloce unveils Porsche engine-themed coffee machine

RS Black Edition by Super Veloce
We love auto-inspired creations here and if like us, you are also fond of them, we have something cool for you. Super Veloce, South Africa-based manufacturer of high-end automotive and aviation-inspired coffee machines have introduced their latest product. Christened the Espresso Veloce RS Black Edition, this coffee machine is designed after Porsche’s air-cooled flat-six engines.

RS Black Edition coffee machine by Super Veloce

The RS Black Edition by Super Veloce is the updated version of brand’s regular flat six edition. This luxurious espresso machine offers a more aggressive and masculine look as compared to the previous version. The RS Black Edition pays homage to the last modern classic 993 air-cooled flat-six engines. By the looks of it, who can say this beautiful supercar themed engine art also works as ground coffee, capsule type espresso maker.

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RS Black Edition by Super Veloce

The supercar engine shaped coffee machine is 380mm in length, 420mm in width and 340mm in height. Also, this mechanical timeless masterpiece weighs around 21.5 kg. The limited edition espresso maker is handcrafted from aerospace-grade material such as stainless steel, titanium, aluminum alloy and carbon fiber.

RS Black Edition coffee maker

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So, hurry up all you coffee addicts and Porsche fans out there because the RS Black Edition coffee maker is limited to 993 units only. A stylish addition to one’s kitchen, the Super Veloce RS black edition will cost you about €10,200(around $11,000). Delivery charges, custom duties and VAT is excluded in this price. You can get more information about the product here.

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills