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Terrafugia Tf-x Flying Car

Flying-car developer Terrafugia have presented the science fiction-esque TF-X, the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future. The spectacular flying plug-in hybrid will be able to take off and land vertically, carry four people in car-like comfort, cruise at speeds of up to 200 mph, and have a non-stop flight range of at least 500 miles. Terrafugia predicts it will take the average driver about five hours to learn how to fly a TF-X, youŽll be able to deploy the wings at the push of a button in a matter of seconds, and power the propellers to take off vertically just like a helicopter. A ducted fan then provides thrust. Unfortunately Terrafugia says the TF-X will be another 8-12 years in development. watch the video



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IFLASH ONE | MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS | Image

IFLASH ONE | MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

iFlash One is a minimal bike light by design studio Kibisi. The lights are attached to magnetic bases that are permanently fixed to your bike, this allows the user to easily remove the lights to avoid theft. The lights can then be connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage....
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Federal Moto BMW R100

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, a sleek trimmed-down Cafe Racer that pays tribute to the past. Named "The Five”, the BMW R100 has been stripped to its essentials and fitted with a front fender, mini handlebar switches, leather grips, a airbox hole cover, a headlight capped off with a mesh guard, and a dual-shock setup under the custom leather sea...
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VANMOOF BICYCLES

Vanmoof is an ambitious young Dutch company that was born from a love for bicycles and a hunger for change. The basic idea is to help all citizens of the world to move around within the city in a fast, easy and stylish manner. According to Dutch designer Sjoerd Smit, everything unnecessary was removed from the bike, only maintaining comfort, simplicity and style. The bike is light, with no cables in sight, it features a LED light powered by a solar panel, it has 3 g...
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