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2012 Porsche Panamera Gts

Porsche have just presented the Panamera GTS. The supercar features a V8 4.8-liter engine with 430 horsepower! Equipped with a PDK transmission, seven-speed  dual-clutch and Sport Chrono pack as standard, the Panamera GTS accelerates from 0 to 62 mph / h in 4.5 seconds and reaches 178 mph maximum speed. Outside, the Panamera GTS is distinguished by the redesigned bumpers, larger air intakes, glossy black applications on the side air vents, sports seats and sports steering wheel. It is aimed at enthusiasts who want to forget that they are driving a four-passenger sedan.Watch the video




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SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM

Limited to 100 units, Seabob Cayago Magnum is the ultimate millionaire´s toy. Like all Seabobs, the Seabob Cayago Magnum is propelled by Seabobs patented electric jetstream system. You control the Seabob via a pair of intelligent control Powergrips, you just have to press a sensor button to accelerate to the speed you require. The Cayagos cockpit as an LCD display panel, which provides you with technical details such as power and battery life and it also tells you a...
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2015 FORD EDGE

Ford have presented the all-new 2015 Ford Edge, including the exciting Sport model. The latest version of the popular crossover will be available with three engine options, the 245-horsepower 2-liter 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine, as well as the standard naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6 and the Edge Sport packs a 2.7-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 engine delivering an impressive 300hp. The new Edge will come equipped with a whole host of new tech including  a front c...
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ANALOG MOTORCYCLES ROYAL ENFIELD

Our latest custom motorbike crush is by Analog Motorcycles, the basis of what you see is a 2014 Continental GT that originally, already had cafe racer lines, but now took a twist that makes it look more like a dirt bike or scrambler. The guys fitted some chunky continental tires, some sleek powder coated aluminum rims, a custom built exhaust pipe, a new minimalist headlight and taillight, along with the mini LED turn signals. The scrambler-style bike also features a...
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