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Bentley Exp 10 Speed 6

Bentley have unveiled a glimpse into their future at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the next generation of sports cars, the breathtaking Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6. The svelte and curvy two-seater coupe draws inspiration from sleek, aerodynamic aircraft forms, and features striking copper elements that are employed, on both exterior and interior. Bentley hasnt released any details on what engine will power this beauty, but they have hinted that a performance-focused hybrid could be found under the hood.



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TOUAREG 3 QATAR

The Touareg 3 Qatar recently presented at the Qatar Motorshow can be considered as the road version of the Race Touareg 3, that, a few weeks ago, triumphed in the 2011 edition of the Dakar Rally in South America. Featuring a 310 hp engine, it does 0-100 km/h in six seconds and is approved for use on the road, which forced some changes in the chassis....
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BENT CARGO BASKET

Bent Basket is a beautifully designed accessory for urban cycling enthusiasts that need a place to carry their cargo. Sporting a unique bent ash wood design with thick elastic straps, and weighing only 2 pounds, the functional basket was created with the same manufacturing process as a skateboard, making it ultra tough. The low profile allows for total versatility while transporting your stuff, whether it be pizza boxes, laptops, beer, or work bag, all you need to d...
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ONEWHEEL

The hoverboard is here! (well not quite), meet Onewheel, a self-balancing one-wheeled electric skateboard. It is basically a skateboard without the wheels and with a big fat wheel in the center, all the electric stuff is neatly hidden inside the aluminum chassis of the board. The board is easy to ride, simply lean forward to drive forward, back to stop and press your heels or toes to turn. When fully charged, the Onewheel has a 6 mile range and can hit speeds of 12 ...
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