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Dry Drill Custom Cycles

Dry Drill is a new concept from Portugal you can customize a bicycle according to your taste and style. It is all done on their website with the help of an intuitive and user-friendly interface, you can choose from 3 models - urban, vintage or relax, and match your frame and wheel choice with a variety of colors. At the moment they dont sell the complete bicycle, you can only choose your personalized frame and wheels. Dry Drill is the alternative for those who love essential design and are looking for a customizable, hand-made, high-quality product that looks like no one else.



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BMW R80 | BY AUTO FABRICA | Image

BMW R80 | BY AUTO FABRICA

British custom builders Auto Fabrica have really achieved perfection in its simplicity with their new build, a stunning BWR80 conversion. The English workshop specializes in a super-clean, minimalist look, and focuses on reducing weight in their custom bikes. The rear is certainly one of the most exciting weve seen so far, with a stylish curved orange panel holding slender red acrylic fins that distribute the brake lighting. The perfect ride for commuting in a busy...
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TESLA MODEL X

Its official! After years of spy pictures and teaser images, electric carmaker Tesla have finally launched the "Model X a spectacular SUV with electric drive. Ellon Musk first unveiled a prototype X back in 2012, and now its here! and first impressions suggest it was worth the wait. The Xs gorgeous design features a panoramic windshield, and amazing rear passenger doors named "falcon wing doors, because they lift like the wings of a bird, and has ample seating f...
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TOUAREG 3 QATAR

The Touareg 3 Qatar recently presented at the Qatar Motorshow can be considered as the road version of the Race Touareg 3, that, a few weeks ago, triumphed in the 2011 edition of the Dakar Rally in South America. Featuring a 310 hp engine, it does 0-100 km/h in six seconds and is approved for use on the road, which forced some changes in the chassis....
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