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1966 Little Honda P25 | By Chicara Nagata

Over the past years we have featured many custom bike builds, but none as unusual and unique as this. This minimalist work of art is a creation by Japanese renowned motorcycle builder/artist Chicara Nagata. Not much info on this build, all we know is this thing looks stellar, check out more beautiful photos of the bike in detail after the jump.

sources: pipeburn, megadeluxe




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KTM X-BOW SPORTS CAR | Image

KTM X-BOW SPORTS CAR

The X-Bow is a street-legal sports car with pure-bred racing technology, thanks to the basic versionís light weight and the 177 kW (240 hp) Audi 2.0 TFSI engine, the KTM X-BOW sets new standards and outstrips supersport cars: with a weight of approx. 790 kilos, the KTM X-BOW accelerates to 100 kmh in just 3.9 seconds....
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SHAYTON EQUILIBRIUM | Image

SHAYTON EQUILIBRIUM

The super sports car market is increasingly competitive. The newest member of this segment comes from Slovenia, the Shayton Equilibrium. The model has not yet been produced, but the car includes a central V12 engine, capable of generating 1,099 horsepower and 94.8 Nm of torque! With only 1.200kg, thanks to the use of titanium and carbon in the construction of the chassis, the supercar can go from 0-60mph sprint time of 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 250mph! Th...
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BENTLEY ICE SPEED RECORD | LIMITED EDITION | Image

BENTLEY ICE SPEED RECORD | LIMITED EDITION

Bentley will unveil during the Geneva Motor Show its convertible Continental Supersports "Ice Speed Record". It celebrates rally champion Juha Kankkunens recording breaking, 205.48 mile per hour run on the frozen Baltic Sea. The convertible model is considered the fastest in the history of the English brand. Limited to 100 copies, it features a 631 horsepower V12 6.0 engine that can take you to 325 km/h and go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4 seconds....
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