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Porsche 911 Gt2 Rs

What about this stuner! the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the most powerful Porsche you can buy. It has a 620 hp engine @ 6,500 rpm, reaches the speed of 60 mph in 3.4 s, top track speed of 205 mph, with composite ceramic brakes helped along by 19-inch wheels. Limited to 500 units only. What are you waiting for?



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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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LAMBORGHINI EGOISTA

The celebration gala of Lamborghini´s 50th anniversary ended in the best way with the presentation of a radical prototype created by the Director of Volkswagen Group Design, Walter de Silva. The single-seater Lamborghini Egoista has extreme and unique features, it is equipped with a 5.2 V10 engine of 600hp and has taken to the limit the outstanding characteristics of the Italian brand of pure fun of driving performance and design. The cockpit is custom-made to suit ...
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TRIUMPH RUMBLER | BY TRIDAYS

Triumph Scrambler, as you might of noticed, is one of our favorite motorbikes, we have featured some very cool custom Scramblers, by Spirit of the Seventies, and most recently a private custom by Jim Good. The guys from Tridays have customized this scrambler to perfection, they named it "The Rumbler". The bike accentuates the Scrambler’s classic good looks, and cranks the performance up a notch. sources: GBlog, Bikexif...
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