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Caffeine lovers, start your engines.

This majestic hunk of metal is the Espresso Veloce Serie Titanio V12, a coffee machine inspired by the V12 engines of Formula One (banned from 2004, before the petrol-heads get their pistons crossed).

The half-scale engine block uses the same titanium, aluminium and stainless steel materials as its F1 inspiration, complete with blue-dyed tips. The £9,000 V12 edition will be limited to a run of 500, with more affordable V10 and V8 versions also rolling off the production line.

Here's hoping it rumbles like the real thing.

(Via: Design Taxi)

(Images: Espresso Veloce)

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