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Maserati Kubang

Maserati Kubang, the first SUV from the brand, has just been revealed. The Italian brand will enter the SUV market in 2013 to rival directly with the Porsche Cayenne. The model is the result of a partnership between Fiat Group, owner of Maserati, and Chrysler. It uses the same architecture with the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7, it features an impressive V8 engine and has that generates 450 hp. It will be manufactured in Detroit, United States, by Chrysler.



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COMMANDER 1000X DIRT VEHICLE | BY CAN AM | Image

COMMANDER 1000X DIRT VEHICLE | BY CAN AM

Not only is the new Can-Am Commander 1000 the industryís most powerful side-by-side vehicle, it also has class-leading fuel mileage. Combine that with its incredibly responsive handling, rider-focused features and advanced ergonomics and you have a machine thatís elevating the side-by-side industry to a whole new level....
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VOLKSWAGEN FOLDING ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

VOLKSWAGEN FOLDING ELECTRIC BIKE

The success of Volkswagen at Auto China 2010 had two good reasons: mobility and the first two-wheeled vehicle of the German manufacturer. Based on the concept "Think Blue", the small, folding electric bicycle is the output of Volkswagen found to promote the extension of drivers shift and broaden the concept of mobility. The bicycle is seen as a complement to the car. Watch the amazing video....
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FIREFLY TRAILER

The same guys behind the unique Cricket Trailer our now working on a new trailer called Firefly. With a space habitat module kinda feel, the Firefly Trailer is a camper and a tool box, inside and out. The lightweight, aluminum  habitacle weighs only 600lbs and is easily transported in the bed of a pickup truck or in a small trailer. It features a folding couch and plenty of storage space for all your tools and gear, plus it can be safely elevated from...
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