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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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LAND ROVER DEFENDER LXV SPECIAL EDITION | Image

LAND ROVER DEFENDER LXV SPECIAL EDITION

To mark the 65th anniversary of Land Rover, the firm have announced a special edition Land Rover Defender LXV (Roman numeral for 65). Based on the standard Defender 90 Hard Top model , it is equipped with a 2.2-litre diesel engine that develops 120bhp and 360Nm of torque, linked to a 6-speed manual. The LXV will be limited to just 65 units and is available in beautiful Santorini Black with contrasting Corris Grey roof, grille and headlight surrounds....
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MINI ROADSTER CONCEPT | Image

MINI ROADSTER CONCEPT

We had already showed you the MINI Beachcomber Concept , this MINI Roadster Concept, a prototype roadster much more radical than the MINI Convertible measuring 3.71 m in length, 1.35 m high and 1.68 m wide. Equipped with the four-cylinder 1.6 Turbo 175 hp of the Cooper S, the Roadster concept will certainly be placing on the market since 2011, as well as its other versions....
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DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK | Image

DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK

Our latest cycle crush is the super stylish DV01, the bike was designed by Swedish designer David Qvick. The contemporary bike is aimed at people who consider a bike to be a convenient means of transportation but also value high aesthetical design. The result is a design perfectly balanced, form and function interact in a successful symbiosis. We love the wooden details David applied on both the handlebar and the rear carry tray. Photos: John Wennerberg...
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