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Bremach T-rex

Bremach started building utility vehicles in the 60s, their latest model is this electric monster truck appropriately named Bremach T-Rex. The impressive adventurer is electric powered and energy efficient, producing 134 horsepower and making it capable of going over and through whatever faces you, it is also capable of hauling up to 7,300 pounds, conquering 45 degree slopes and crossing nearly three feet of water, making this the ultimate adventure vehicle. watch the video



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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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TRIUMPH SPEED TWIN | BY ROD AND TOD DESIGN

Triumph Speed Twin is a motorcycle created by Northumbria University students, Roy Norton and Thomas Kashe. Inspired by the Manx Norton their final major project was to design a classic themed bike, aimed at a youth market. Designed to appeal to a new generation of motorcyclists looking for a new interpretation on the classic, vintage cafe racer. The bike is stripped back, lowered and lengthened. There is a mix of Triumph heritage with modern design pr...
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LUCRA LC470

The LC470 is light, stiff, powerful, fast and perfectly balanced convertible sports racing car. A one-piece carbon fiber body fits the tubular steel chassis like a glove. Depending on the choice of GM motors mated to a close-ratio Tremec gearbox, the LC470 offers 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, a standing quarter mile in 9.1 secs, 150 mph over the mile line and top speeds above 180 mph....
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