featherlight

featherlight

(ˈfɛðəˌlaɪt)
adj
extremely light
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I'm not into big flash cars any more, I have some stunning featherlight bikes now."
The low-slung machine demonstrates how the combo of a featherlight body built to slice through the air can achieve the seemingly impossible of stunning top speed allied to fuel consumption that would put a smile on the face of a Yorkshireman.
Start her up, and the four cylinders growl angrily, as if eager to be off, and the first surprise is that it's a pussycat to ride through town, with a featherlight clutch and some clever electronics which tickle the revs up gently at low speed if you are about to embarrass yourself and stall.
The girls appeared in red, pink and black leotards and party dresses then neon-hooded cheerleader outfits, dashing through featherlight pop anthems such as Forever is Over, Faster and Ego, and the dull sit-down ballad Issues.
The car's a featherlight stunner that can pour scorn on most supercars should the driver stamp the important pedal.
Weight is a featherlight 1,260kg and 60 should come up in 3.4 seconds.
You don't have to switch off your air con or use a featherlight touch on the accelerator because a magical fairy called Eco-Assist does it all for you.
To frame the eyes, her brows were swept into elegant arches using light brown eyeshadow and featherlight strokes with a fine angled brush, as this gives a more natural looking finish than pencil.
The Messenger weighs a featherlight 0.6kg and has a padded laptop slot and enough zipped compartments to keep everything tucked away nicely.
The Veritas RS III is an open-top single-seater supercar roadster without roof or windscreen which, thanks to its carbon fibre construction, weighs in at a featherlight 1,170kg, helping it rocket to 60 in less than three seconds and hit a cheek-pummelling 200mph.