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ASPID GT-21 INVICTUS

This is not the new batmobile, this is the menacing new Aspid GT-21 Invictus. It was conceived by top engineer and car-designer Ignacio Fernandez and his engineering company IFR Automotive. After spending his early years designing racing vehicles, Ignacio wanted to design cars for the public, able to transport the driver to the emotional state only achieved in a pure racing car. This beast was truly designed for motorsport enthusiasts, it features a V8 450hp engine, capable of reaching 60 mph in 3 seconds and a top speed of 189 mph. Watch the video



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STAYHOLD

Stayhold is one of those simple, clever inventions that makes you ask "Why did i not think of that before?”. Stayhold prevents the stuff you carry in your truck from bouncing around while you drive, groceries, tools, sports gear, etc… The dividers grip to the truck´s carpet and can be easily repositioned to contain your items from moving around. Learn more from Stayhold or purchase now from Amazon Also available for purchase in Europe here ...
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THE HALO INTERCEPTOR MORPHING CAR

The Halo Interceptor is an amazing concept car by british designer Philip Pauley. This vehicle can morph into a jet or a boat, all you need is to slip the car into a series of different chassis. This would definitly come in handy for bond or batman....
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HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES | Image

HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES

This cool little bike was custom built by indonisian Hajarbroxx Motorcycles. Most of the motorbikes available there are under 250cc, so Hajarbroxx specializes in small-engined motorcycles. This bike named KillHill is a customized 1970s CB125, built for a client who wanted an ‘Army Green hill climber’. Classic and vintage bikes are their references, with a little post-apocalyptic twist in the details. Via bikeexif ...
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