21 April 2010

Top Marques - the Fingerprint Scanner


Notice the fingerprint scanner - the small photo shows it more clearly. That's what you have to use to get this Territo Ayrton S to start.

The Ayrton S is completely built by hand. With 627 hp and 1050 kg the maximum speed is over 330 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100km/h is just 3 seconds. Very much a collector's car. Cost: 352,000 euros.

10 comments:

Sharon said...

This one is a little too "high tech" for me.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

While I usually talk to Glenda about your photos and posts, I will need to call attention to your website for my "gearhead" son.

B SQUARED said...

I don't know. Looks like it might be a little hard to park.

Halcyon said...

At that price, I'd be too afraid to drive it!

Virginia said...

The door. What is with the door? That would knock my overhead garage door opener off! Otherwise, I'd buy it! :)
V

Rob and Mandy said...

Hope it works better than the fingerprint scanner I have to use to enter my office... Tells me 'goodbye Alicia', every time I actually come in!

Jilly said...

Read this from the New Scientist (thanks Alex) - about a man who had his finger chopped off so thieves could start his car!

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg18624943.600

Avocaken said...

I think that I'd rather give up a set of keys than my finger! ewwwww! :-)

As if I could even THINK of owning a car of this caliber! A VW Beetle is my speed, sorry.

Ken B.

Leif Hagen said...

Amazing, break-taking car!!

Gail's Man said...

I'm not sure I'd like one. I panic sometimes over key my fob and whether I've locked the door properly. As you say I'd be worried about losing my finger.

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