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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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ZIGO LEADER X2 CARRIER BICYCLE | Image

ZIGO LEADER X2 CARRIER BICYCLE

This modern transport from Zigo is both fun and healthy to ride, we have already shown you a similar product called "Taga Bike", but with the Zigo Carrier bicycle you can carry up to 2 childs in the childpod. The LeaderLink System allows the Leader to uncouple in 30 seconds or less, transforming it into the separate elements, Zigo ChildPod and Zigo Cycle....
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RALLY FIGHTER

This is how a man´s toy should look like. The Rally Fighter was initially a design concept by Sangho Kim is a 2010 graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadenaposted in to the Local Motors Community site for review and critique, but when the feedback was so positive,many demanded the car be built. So here you have it, a beast with a V8 430hp engine, with rear wheel drive, automatic transmission and 7-inch aluminum alloy wheels....
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MAXI DOLPHIN MD51 POWER

Maxi Dolphin is a well known Italian boatyard that designs and builds beautiful sailing and motor yachts. Their Maxi Dolphin MD51 Power is a super modern motor yacht, yet of retro inspiration, the shape, is inspired by the motorboats style of the 30s, and makes a beautiful contrast with today’s high-tech materials. Equipped with two 435 hp engines, the MD51 Power is truly custom-made, with several layouts, equipment and finishes available to choose from, a...
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