Espresso Veloce, Coffee Machine / a Tribute to Grand Prix

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (4) (Custom)

Getting inspired and bringing a tribute to the famous Grand Prix engines from the 1990s, Arte Meccanica realized a coffee machine entirely atypical, called Espresso Veloce. With a conception and a design similar to a Formula 1 V12 engine – with which Senna and Schumacher can compete in races – but on a scale of ½, Espresso Veloce can be an inspired choice to serve excellent coffee at office and home. Made with industrial precision, with over 90 components processed by high-tech equipment, this coffee machine is made of magnesium, titanium and aluminum. The exhaust pipes were burned to give the bright bluish color specific to real engines. Using Expresso Veloce is very easy, being able to use coffee capsules. The coffee will flow through the exhaust pipes, providing a perfect espresso. Everything is controlled electronically, from the volume of water and its temperature to the pressure with which it is pumped. The device can be used with a real success for liqueurs and other alcoholic beverages.

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (1) (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (2) (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (3) (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (5) (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (6) (Custom)

Espresso Veloce, coffee machine a tribute to Grand Prix (7) (Custom)

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