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Renault Twizy

Few doubt that future vehicles will be powered by electricity, solving the pollution problem, especially in big cities. But the options currently on the market are expensive. This is the Twizy, an affordable urban vehicle designed by Renault, with only two seats - motorbike style, with a passenger sitting behind the driver - very small, light and agile, perfect for city use.



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Felt Cargo E-Bike

American bicycle manufacturer Felt have recently presented their impressive Cargo E-Bike, an electric bicycle thatīs all about cargo capabilities, allowing you to carry almost anything without breaking a sweat. With a Bosch 250w motor powered by a powerful 400Wh lithium-ion battery, and 400lbs total load capacity, this beast has everything to make it big in large urban cities. Built with a sturdy 6061 aluminum alloy frame, the bikes are characterized by their large ...
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JAGUAR F-PACE

Jaguar have finally debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show, their very much anticipated Jaguar F-Pace, the companyīs first crossover SUV. After months of spy pictures and teaser images, the stunning Jag F-Pace SUV (based on the C-X17 Concept) is finally here. The all-wheel-drive five-seater will launch in the United States next spring, and is available in a range of engines including the 3.0 litre V6 380 PS Supercharged Petrol and Jaguarīs new 2.0 litre 4 cylinder 180P...
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HONDA CB360 | BY FEDERAL MOTO

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, it is clean, simple, reliable, and the perfect ride for a busy urban city. The bike is based on a Honda CB360 and was named "The Couch Surfer", in honor of the client, a young guy that lives, works, and parties downtown, and wanted a whippy little tracker that he could tear around the city, jump curbs, and have fun...
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