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Audi Rs7 Concept

Designed by Austrian designer Adriano Mudri graduate of the University of Applied Sciences in Graz, it combines several styling cues from the Audi Group models, from the R8-inspired rear end to the Lamborghini-trademark scissor doors. The design features a rear-mounted engine, with design elements much like the current Audi R8, including the contrast in color between the engine bonnet and the rest of the body.



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HOTTUG | JACUZZI BOAT

Recently we featured the "Stroom" an electric aluminum boat, tailor-made for sailing along canals and inner waters. The HotTug takes this concept and gives it a whole new dimension! HotTug is a wood-fired hot tub in which you can sail and a tugboat in which you can enjoy warm baths. The boat can comfortably sit six to eight people. source...
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GEAR GATE

Hoodworks is a new Oregon-based company that is trying to make the much-celebrated truck tailgate a little better. GearGate is like the end result if Victorinox or Leatherman built tailgates, it is aimed at active truck owners, a functionally and visually distinctive system that makes life easier for outdoor enthusiasts. The replacement tailgate for pickup trucks can pack several functions into a space that is normally under-utilized, and has seen relatively few cha...
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FLYNANO | SINGLE SEATER MINI HYDROPLANE

Looks like science fiction but it is not. This glider is the work of aeronautical engineer Aki Suokas from Finland and has just been presented publicly. The FlyNano is made entirely of carbon fiber, takes off and lands on water, it can be considered a mini-hylane. It can be purchased in all-electric or combustion engine, powered by gasoline. It can reach 140 kilometers per hour and fly up to three kilometers altitude.The first deliveries in the U.S. market are plann...
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