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Range Rover Sport | By Project Khan

The Range Rover Sport 3.0TD V6 Davis Mark II Limited Edition, is the latest tuned Range Rover from Project Kahn. The original car is a 2011 Range Rover Sport, various styling upgrades were done on the car, floating roof, side vents, drilled aluminum pedals, side steps, air vent trims, to name a few. Cosworth decided to give a finishing touch to the car, doing an upgrade on the turbo diesel V6 engine that now develops 304 horsepower.



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CHEVROLET NIVA CONCEPT

Set to debut at the Moscow International Auto Show, Chevrolet´s main attraction will be the impressive concept that promises to anticipate the next generation Niva SUV. Visually, the Niva Concept follows the visual evolution adopted in recent releases from Chevrolet, but with characteristics of its own style. It´s height from the ground impresses, as does the huge apparatus of equipment for off-road use. The interior also features several changes, adopting more ergo...
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URWAHN STADTFUCHS BIKE

The Urwahn Stadtfuchs Bike is a new project developed by a German team that aimed to create a bike that would mainly appeal to urban commuters and that would somehow synthesize the urban concept with an all terrain approach and then add some modern features. The sleek bike has a distinctive design and an ergonomic construction, at the back you get a curvy frame that acts as a way of dispersing strains and shocks on the rear wheel but also contributes in giving it it...
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LUMOS BIKE HELMET

Now available for purchase, is the award-winning Lumos Bike Helmet, a smart solution for urban cyclists that will help keep you safe while you commute to work. The sleek helmet has integrated braking lights and turn signals, and lets you control everything with the wireless controls that you mount on the handlebar, letting drivers know where you´re going, whilst keeping your hands on the handlebars as you should. Simply push the button before you turn, and everyone ...
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