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Audi E-tron Spyder

Audi presents the E-Tron Spyder, it is without doubt, their most advanced development and at the same time, the strongest expression of the companys new design. This super two-seater is equipped with a twin-turbo V6 TDI engine of 300 hp at the rear axle and two electric motors on the front axle, which produce a total of 64kW. The combination of a lightweight car with a high torque motor and two electric motors result in amazing 0 to 60mph in under 4.5 seconds. Watch the video. source



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SBU V3 | SELF BALANCING UNICYCLE | Image

SBU V3 | SELF BALANCING UNICYCLE

SBU V3 is a Self-Balancing Unicycle by Focus Designs. The one wheel vehicle is controlled with leaning motions, all you need to do is lean forward to go, and lean back to slow down and stop. The company says it will take you 20-30 minutes to learn and after that, it will become as natural as walking. The SBU runs on electric energy and is very silent, weighs only 27lbs and can reach a top speed of 15mph. Itīs portability makes it the perfect commuter....
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HEAD-UP DISPLAY | BY GARMIN

The Garmin Head-up Display projects navigation information onto your windshield, allowing for a safer drive without taking your eyes off the road. The device pairs with your smartphone and projects information onto a reflective film on your windshield, it displays directions, speed, traffic, estimated time of arrival, the speed limit, traffic information and more. It also warns you of potential traffic delays and upcoming safety camera locations. Also available at a...
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How cool does this look! Bruno is a Swiss based brand but operates very much in Japan. Their bikes are very stylish and combine great parts with good frames. The bike features cork tape handlebars and tan tyres, it has 8 speedīs and indexed shifters....
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