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300sl Panamericana

The 300SL Panamericana is a remake of the legendary Mercedes 300SL of the 50s, it gives you the opportunity to drive the glorious classic with the same appeal as the original but with performance and the latest technical standard of the cars of today. American company GullWing America (GWA) from San Antonio - Texas has developed the 300SL Panamericana inspired by the mythic Mercedes 300 SL "Gullwing", many details of comfort were added to the new version, also added was a new 5.5-liter V8 and 408 hp engine turning the car into a pleasure and fun to drive.



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BRABUS 850

Brabus have tuned a Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon into a 850 Horsepower beast! The original AMG model was already equipped with an impressive 550 horsepower, now German tuner Brabus have tuned it to a whole new level, they were able to get an impressive 850 hp and 848 lb-ft torque. The Brabus 850 wagon is capable of sprinting to 0-60 in 3.1 seconds, with a crazy top speed of 186 mph. via...
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ZBOARD 2 ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD

The guys at Zboard have made an update on their awesome electric skateboard, which is now more efficient, mounted with a new 500w brushless motor, which is also faster and more powerful, and with another range option to choose from. ZBoard 2 is still quite easy to operate, in fact it has two sensible foot pads, one on the front, the other on the back, that either accelerate or brake, adjusting the speed of the board as you wish, leaning forward youŽll make it go fas...
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SUB G1

Combining technologies from the motorbike with the sensations you can have driving a car, the SUB G1 is an interesting concept sports car, designed more for the circuit, it has the particularity of beeing composed by traditional two front wheels and a rear axle with one wheel, similar to a motorcycle. It was designed by American designer Jay Brett....
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