Lusch Motors has released the Excelsior II (link), a luxury coach that may set a new standard for VIP livery. Constructed with the assistance of GEMC, the new vehicle can be found in Prototype, or at the Marketplace (link).
“It’s big, intimidating, and we’re wondering if Alderaan – I mean Prototype is safe,” laughed one Asco Gas attendant.
NTBI has not released any information on the project, but it is believed to be a headquarters and NBS office complex.
The company has been recreating some vintage tech, and has been noticed by the magazine MadEvil, a lifestyle magazine for evil scientists. “You can’t beat the feel of a good missile control room,” it says.
Rideco can be found in the Prototype Mall, or at the Marketplace (link).
The WSE was active today as several key stocks made large jumps in value. First was Bank of Waterbank (BOFW) which split its shares after a record year, rising to over 340.
“It’s a massive growth, since they split it and then the price shot up,” explained an investor at Hakuso.
Next shares of GEMC and NTBI saw rises as rumors of anti-trust were cleared away, and both companies says rises of over 100. Vehicle manufacturers like Feral (FM) and Niosaki (NioS) saw bumps on speculation of new products, and ZSK saw a record jump after rumors that their new jet was a week away and that they already had another classic warbird in the works.
“It’s late to buy ZSK stock,” said an insider at the WBA, “but I’m sure it will go up again.”
Famed vehicle maker GEMC has opened inside Prototype Gardens Mall, uniting the world’s most acclaimed ground vehicles under one roof.
“This was a business coup,” said the doorman who refused WN entrance at the velvet rope opening event. “Bringing in GEMC was a brilliant and profitable move for everyone. Customers have been lining up already.”
GEMC, a long standing company with a high standard of quality, was once called “the only competition to NTBI” in a WBA white paper, and awarded Best Transit Vehicle for seven years in a row. The inclusion of GEMC into the Gardens Mall has upset investors at the WSE, who fear a rumor of an anti-trust investigation.