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Slammer Bagger | Custom Honda Vt 1300

The research and development departments of North American Honda unveiled three concept bikes that show that the VT 1300 range can be used as a basis for Americans to create new custom bikes. The "Slammer" (featured here) is sleek and incorporates a fully adjustable suspension, plus navigation system NAV/Multimedia sound system with 500 watts. The 2011 Honda Stateline Slammer Bagger Concept was designed by Erik Dunshee. Via



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BMW I SERIES

The German company is looking for a more sustainable future, presenting two prototypes of the sub-brand i,the i3 and i8. The "i3" is one hundred percent electric, while the "i8" is a super-sporty equipped with an advanced hybrid system. The i3 was conceived for city use and is equipped with an 170 hp electric motor positioned on the rear axle. The super-sporty i8, combines the electric motor of the i3 with a three-cylinder gasoline 220 hp engine....
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Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition

Ford have presented a spectacular tribute in honor of the 1966 Le Mans-winning GT40 Mark II, a limited edition of new 2017 GT supercar. The Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition borrows the well-known livery of shadow black with silver stripes (in a choice of matte or glossy) and graphics of the number 2 car driven by Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon back in 1966. The special edition also features 20-inch forged aluminum wheels in a gold satin finish, and carbon fibre seats cover...
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RENAULT TWIZY

Few doubt that future vehicles will be powered by electricity, solving the pollution problem, especially in big cities. But the options currently on the market are expensive. This is the Twizy, an affordable urban vehicle designed by Renault, with only two seats - motorbike style, with a passenger sitting behind the driver - very small, light and agile, perfect for city use....
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