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Land Rover Defender Lxv Special Edition

To mark the 65th anniversary of Land Rover, the firm have announced a special edition Land Rover Defender LXV (Roman numeral for 65). Based on the standard Defender 90 Hard Top model , it is equipped with a 2.2-litre diesel engine that develops 120bhp and 360Nm of torque, linked to a 6-speed manual. The LXV will be limited to just 65 units and is available in beautiful Santorini Black with contrasting Corris Grey roof, grille and headlight surrounds.



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HAREIDE DESIGN YACHT

Developed by Swedish design studio Hareide Design, this impressive take on the modern mega-yacht features some truly wonderful details. The hybrid 108-meter vessel is an unique combination of elegance and modernity of Scandinavian design, it features a grand hall giving guests an unprecedented view and contact with the surrounding nature, an elevated dining and viewing area, a tranquil garden surrounding a 20m pool, a helicopter landing pad, and a seamless transitio...
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LEGACY NAPCO TRUCK

Legacy Classic Trucks is best-known for ultra-modern, highly custom versions of the classic 1946-1968 Dodge Power Wagon. Their latest creation is a tribute to the original Chevy 1950s-era NAPCO 4x4 pickup truck, a beautiful conversion that combines the personality of the original Napco with modern performance and handling. Starting with a donor Chevy or GMC 3100, Legacy rebuilt the truck to match the configuration of an original NAPCO 4x4, but has taken things a ste...
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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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