This one-of-a-kind Ferrari Testa D'Oro Colani was clocked at 218 miles per hour at Bonneville in 1991. Now it's up for sale at a showroom in Maranello.
The wacky and wonderful Luigi Colani is at it again. The Swiss-German designer has been designing vehicles, structures and household objects that are inspired by nature for more than 50 years. His organic land speed cars were so bizarre and so ultra cool at the same time, all while being quite effective at slicing through the air. And Luigi has worked his magic on street cars, bikes, jets and even semis. And that is what this particular post is all about.
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