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Quant E-sportlimousine

The spectacular QUANT E-Sportlimousine was first presented at the 2014 Geneva motor show back in March as a concept vehicle, but now the four seater electric sportscar has just been approved for use on public roads. The car was developed by Swiss company nanoFLOWCELL and is powered by a salt water nanoFLOWcell system that drives energy through the carís four electric motors (one per wheel). Powered exclusively by salt water, this beast is packed with a mind-blowing 912hp engine capable of hitting 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, and has a top speed of 236 mph. watch the video

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San Francisco based electric bike manufacturer Faraday, have presented the Porteur S e-bike, a more affordable model of their first release, the Porteur. The elegant utility bike combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s and 1950s, it features the same frame, motor and battery as the flagship model but at a much lower price. Its nearly silent 250 watt motor provides pedal-assist power(20 mi...
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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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Classified Moto Honda XR650L

There are a few custom builders that push the boundaries, but none have impressed us more than Classified Moto with their heavily customized motorbikes. The latest machine to roll out of their workshop is this impressive beast aimed at adventurers, a love or hate monstrosity and we love it. The impressive build has all the signature cues of a Classified Moto machine, it started as a 1996 Honda XR650L, but is now a mash-up of other bike parts and has been styled with...
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