driving machine

driving machine

The power unit which applies the necessary energy to raise and lower an elevator or dumbwaiter car or to drive an escalator, moving walk, or the like.
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The executive told Car Advice that the new Z4 will still be an 'ultimate driving machine,' and the overall driving experience and design will be 'unique' to both cars.
The large truck will be carrying a pile driving machine, which is to be used during PS31m water works at Bryn Cowlyd near Dolgarrog.
As in the 1930s, Atalanta Motors provides the opportunity to commission an individual driving machine to exacting requirements.
I Invented the Modern Age" vividly traces Ford's life in parallel with the invention and lifespan of the Model T, from Ford's first gasoline engine (tested in his kitchen on Christmas Eve 1893) through the intense phase of his secretive competition with other early car manufacturers, to the car's ultimate decline as America's driving machine of choice.
Designed as a pure driving machine, the stylish newcomer marks a return to the lightweight-sports-coupe scene for the Italian brand.
It's the most pure, yet understated, driving machine we can imagine today.
The owner of the car, Casey Putsch of Putsch Racing Designs, claimed the turbine-powered naval drone-based driving machine is the only authentic replica in existence.
The up-spec 3-series with the entry level 143hp 2-litre four-cylinder engine is more representative of what most BMW customers will drive than the headline grabbing M3 but despite the considerably smaller price tag it is no less of a driving machine.
IF BMW make the ultimate driving machine then this should be the ultimate version of the ultimate driving machine.
It was later joined by a stretched, four-wheeled version with a 582 cc twin, but in either guise the Isetta was by no means "The Ultimate Driving Machine.