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DO WANT: Street Hawk Urban Assault Vehicle

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Seen here demonstrating how Power Wheels are made, this is the The Shadow Hawk Street Hawk: coming soon to my driveway elevator garage. Okay maybe not. But only because I could never part with the Tercel.

The Street Hawk is the first vehicle with 46 inches of independent wheel travel without camber or caster compromise. The ride height or ground clearance is adjustable from zero to 44 inches while in motion. The Street Hawk has 1,100 horsepower, 1,805 foot pounds of torque and has a highway estimated 22mpg. The vehicle is all-wheel-drive with 40 inch tall, 15.5 inch wide tires and 22 inch wheels. The air suspended seats are hand crafter to the driver's specific proportions. From the driver's seat you can control the vehicles pitch, roll and overall ride height using D-pad controls beneath your fingertips.


The Street Hawk is the best on-road performing Shadow Hawk. With an overall weight of 4,800 pounds, the Street Hawk can accelerate from 0 to 60mph in 3.5 seconds and has a calculated top speed of 208mph. The vehicle uses an innovative active suspension system that leans into corners and maintains the ideal camber and caster geometry throughout operation.

Production is set at 12 units per year with the first vehicle available in late 2011.

I want one. No, I NEED one. And they start at only $1.2 million. I'm gonna buy all of next year's production! In my dreams. And speaking of my dreams: I had one last night where I was making out with a werewolf (I blame Twilight). So yeah, what's that mean? And, completely unrelated, any idea why my dog's been hiding under the bed all day? Must be sick.

Hit the jump for a bunch more pictures.

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For Sale: The most revolutionary and advanced vehicle EVER! [jameslist]
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Go Go Gadget Hummer [gizmodo]

Thanks to PaperAK, Chris and arron, who are all holding out for Ripsaws. OMG I almost forgot about those!

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