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Voltitude Electric Scooter

The Swiss company Voltitude developed a prototype for an electric bicycle that can be carried any, including inside an elevator. It features a hydraulic disc brake, rear wheel drive, anti-theft lock, recycled aluminum wheels, front and rear lighting, all powered by a motor charged by an electric lithium polymer 9,5 amps battery. With this little beauty you can run 20 to 40 miles at a speed of 25 km / h.



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MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER | Image

MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER

The well tested sub - construction was developed carefully along the lines of the Gentlemenīs racers that so much inspired Frausher to realise this unique watercraft. The classic shaft propulsion together with the exceptional hull design allows for perfect manoeuvring at all times....
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BMW E-SCOOTER

The e-Scooter designed by BMW, stands out for its innovative design, it has no mirrors, and is equipped with two cameras by the rear lights that tell the rider about what goes on in the back, through information available on two LCD screens. The BMW e-scooter has a range of 60 miles and a performance equivalent to a convencional motor scooter of 400-500cc. The scooter can be charged in less than 3 hours through a conventional socket....
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ASTON MARTIN DBC CONCEPT | BY SAMIR SADIKHOV | Image

ASTON MARTIN DBC CONCEPT | BY SAMIR SADIKHOV

A couple of years ago we did a feature on the popular Ferrari Xezri Concept by Samir Sadikhov, a 23 year old designer from Azerbaijan. Samir contacted us with news on a new breathtaking concept he has been working on, the Aston Martin DBC concept. The DBC features a number of traditional Aston Martin design cues such as the front grille shape and the typical side strakes found on all Aston Martin models. Samir says: " It was important to ensure that the car’īs desig...
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