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Ferrari Xezri Concept | By Samir Sadikhov

Ferrari Xezri is the amazing vision of Samir Sadikhov from Azerbaijan, it won 2nd prize at the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011. The design was based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. He was also inspired by wind, he named the concept Xezri, it is derived from the name given to the wind passing through the eastern part of the Caspian Sea, the largest lake on earth. We love the purity and elegance of its design.




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VANMOOF T SERIES

Dutch company Vanmoof have added a new minimalist bike to their growing collection, The T Series is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. The functional and innovative bike features all the benefits and styling of a regular Vanmoof, but in a condensed package. It features a compact version of the striking aluminum Vanmoof frame, front and rear disc brakes, puncture-resistant tires, and front and rear lights by Philips. Many Vanmoof acces...
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FERRARI FF 2012

Revolution in the Italian carmaker Ferrari, the replacement for the 612 Scaglietti is a large GT, but more importantly, it will have four seats and 4 wheel drive without becoming a 4-door. The beautiful car will be equipped with a 6.3 liter V12 engine with 660 hp that will allow it to shoot from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 335 km / h....
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FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA | Image

FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA

It was in 1969 that Ford authorized the construction of the fastest and most powerful Mustang ever named Boss 302. Forty-two years later, the american constructer re-opens Pandoras box and launches a new version of the Mustang Boss 302 now with 440 hp extracted from itīs V8 5.0 liters super engine. The Leguna Seca package provides even more exclusivity with improved body stiffness, strengthened chassis, and an aero package....
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