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Electric Peugeot Ex1

To celebrate its 200 years of existence, Peugeot decided to create something that was truly worthy of this special day. If we combine the best of current technology with a design that seems to have left the movie Tron or Batman, we get the concept car Peugeot EX1. The EX1 is currently the worldīs fastest electric car recently beating the record that the Mini E had already established in the German Nurburgring circuit.



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FIBRE FLARE

Regular bike lights light up brightly in a one primary direction (uni-directional), and generally work well for traffic approaching from behind you, but what about traffic coming from the side and other angles? Meet Fibre Flare, the worlds first truly omni-directional bike light, it allows cyclists to be seen from all angles and directions rather than just from the front or rear. Available from amazon Available in Europe here...
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FOLDYLOCK

Foldylock is a new portable locking system to protect your bike, it combines the toughness of a U-lock with the versatility of a cable lock. Made from reinforced steel, and anti drilling rivets, itīs very compact, foldable, and built with steel bars (with a coating to help prevent damage to the bicycles paint), unlike other locks that use the more common steel chain, that rattles and may pose some weight and safety issues. With Foldylock the whole process is easier ...
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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 f...
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