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Jaguar C-x75

Jaguar takes a bold step into its future by announcing the production of Project C-X75 – a state-of-the-art supercar that will be one of the fastest, low-emission vehicles in the world. Equipped with four electric motors, one for each wheel, which deduct an amazing total of 798hp and maximum torque of 1600Nm according to Jaguar, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 330 km/h. Jaguar are confident that by 2013 to 2015, around 250 units of the C-X75 would be produced.



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Honda GL500-JPN | Image

Honda GL500-JPN

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from Germany´s Motoism Customs, a workshop ran by two talented brothers. They wanted to create an urban and sporty ride with a reminiscence to the 80s, so they turned a classic Honda GL500 Silver Wing into a retro-cool masterpiece customised to an outstanding level of detail. The bike’s new name is an homage to it’s homeland Japan, it features a spectacular custom fiberglass headlight, an upside-down fork, push-button controls,...
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Callaway AeroWagon Corvette

Legendary Corvette tuner Callaway Cars will let you order a shooting brake conversion for the C7 Corvette! Named AeroWagon, the unique package is available for the standard Stingray coupe and the Z06 coupe, and gives the Corvette a sleeker look, and the extra cargo space. The conversion is only available for the Corvette’s coupe bodystyle and should the owner wish the process can be reversed. It consists of a single element made from carbon fiber that attaches to th...
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LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR LP700-4

This amazing supercar was first presented to the public at the Geneva show back in febuary, it is now available for purchase, so get your checkbooks out! The Murcielago successor, features a 6500cc V12 engine producing 691hp, accelerating from 0-100km\h in 2.9 sec and achieving a maximum speed of approx. 350km \ h....
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