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Lamborghini Asterion

Lamborghini have just unveiled at the Paris Motor Show the spectacular new Asterion LPI 910-4, a car that is clearly different from previous models, with a new, unexpected and sensual design conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than for ultimate track performance. The gasoline-electric hybrid provides the option of urban driving under purely electric power, or the choice of being powered by the 610-horsepower V10 engine. Or, you can combine the two propulsion systems for a total output of 910hp (300 of which comes from the electric motors), delivering a end result of 0-62mph in 3 seconds, and an impressive top speed of 199 mph.



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VANUAL CAMPING VAN

If you´re looking into converting a van into a camper this might be of your interest. The Vanual is a cargo van converted into a living space by filmmaker Zach Both as a way to both live and work anywhere in the country. The van marries both utility with a minimal design, it features a futon bed, a kitchen with a stove, mobile wi-fi, solar panels, and a home theater system. At his personal website, Zack walks you through the DIY process of building a converted campe...
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OUTSIDE VAN

Portland-based Outside Van specialize in converting the Mercedes Sprinter into a drool-worthy, tricked-out camper van with loads of interior space for dedicated to hauling sports gear into and out of the wild. Designed for serious gear heads, the kitted out 4WD overlanding vehicle has some serious exterior upgrades to choose from, like a ruggedized pre-runner bumper, off-road LED light bars, gnarly tires, a rear ladder, and cross bars up top for hauling paddleboards...
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TRIUMPH SPEED RACER | BY IMPOZ DESIGN

This impressive ride is the work of 27-year-old French graphic designer Benjamin Blanchard. The bike is a transformation of the very popular Triumph Speed Triple, Blanchard worked 12 months on the bike, he stripped it to its bare essentials, he removed all headlights, shortened the chasis and installed a cool looking  Cylon-like LED rear light. The bodywork was crafted from carbon fiber and painted in stealthy matte black....
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