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Rimac Concept One

The Rimac Concept One is an electric supercar designed and developed by Croatian company Rimac Automobili, it features a mind blowing 1088 hp motor with 2,802 lb/ft of torque! Concept One uses a set of four electric motors, one for each wheel, this allows the car to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in only 2.8 seconds, and reach a top speed of 190 mph. This output is unheard of for an electric sports car, Concept one could be serious and more economical competition for the famous Bugatti Veyron. If you´re interested, you must act quick, only 88 will be produced and available from 2013.




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THE SCRAMBLER | BY MOTO DI FERRO | Image

THE SCRAMBLER | BY MOTO DI FERRO

Italian builders Moto Di Ferro, have a small but impressive portfolio to their name, our latest custom bike crush is their Kawasaki W800 conversion named "The Scrambler”. It has been stripped to its essentials and fitted with a small tank, off-road tires, and a stylish custom made leather seat. We love its overall raw, utilitarian aesthetic. More photos after the jump......
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MASERATI KUBANG

Maserati Kubang, the first SUV from the brand, has just been revealed. The Italian brand will enter the SUV market in 2013 to rival directly with the Porsche Cayenne. The model is the result of a partnership between Fiat Group, owner of Maserati, and Chrysler. It uses the same architecture with the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7, it features an impressive V8 engine and has that generates 450 hp. It will be manufactured in Detroit, United States, by Chrysler....
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SURF BIKE | BY DEUS CUSTOMS

Deus Customs has recently opened a showroom in Bali - Indonesia custom motorcycles and surfboards are at the core of the business. In Bali surfing and motorbikes have always been fused together. In the early days surfers only access to remote breaks, other than on foot, was on 2 stroke trail bike. Today most surfers still get to the same breaks on two wheels. With this in mind Deus is gives you the customising option of an easy on/off surf-rack system built into th...
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