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Pininfarina H2 Speed

Italian design house Pininfarina unveiled the spectacular H2 Speed supercar concept at March´s 2016 Geneva auto show, and have now announced it will go into production! The car is the world´s first high-performance, hydrogen car, a power source described as a look into the future of motorsport. The fuel cell in the H2 Speed powers a pair of electric motors delivering a combined 503 horsepower, allowing it to blast from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds, with a top speed of 186 mph! Pininfarina plans to build a small run of its eco-conscious supercar and already has buyers lined up. The price tag? Around $2.5 million each.



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FERRARI FXX K

Ferrari have unveiled the latest evolution of its flagship hypercar series, the new FXX K. The impressive beast is powered by a 6.3L V12 engine delivering 1,050 cv, and features a 7-speed automatic transmission. Other notable features are the front end splitter, a dynamic rear wing, and "fighter jet” vertical fins along the flanks. More photos of this insane machine after the jump....
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Pull-Behind Kayak Cooler

CreekKooler is the name of this ingenious solution, a tow-behind cooler that follows your boat! A great way to float drinks and ice out to your entire party relaxing on the lake. The floating cooler is shaped like a little boat and navigates behind your kayak or canoe, giving you quick access to beverages, food and ice. A foam filled, plastic hull allows you to keep drinks cold for days, and the 1/8 turn lid allows for dry storage if required. It also includes two t...
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LAMBORGHINI CENTENARIO

To celebrate the 100th birthday of its founder Feruccio Lamborghini, the Italian supercar maker have presented the mind-blowing Lamborghini Centenario. The beastly machine will punch out an impressive 770 hp enough to propel it to 62 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds and on to a top speed in excess of 217 mph. The Centenario is built around a carbon monocoque with an array of intakes, outlets, and ducts throughout to make this one of the most aerodynamically efficient L...
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