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Triumph Speed Racer | By Impoz Design

This impressive ride is the work of 27-year-old French graphic designer Benjamin Blanchard. The bike is a transformation of the very popular Triumph Speed Triple, Blanchard worked 12 months on the bike, he stripped it to its bare essentials, he removed all headlights, shortened the chasis and installed a cool looking  Cylon-like LED rear light. The bodywork was crafted from carbon fiber and painted in stealthy matte black.



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STARTECH DEFENDER

Startech is the number one choice around the globe for demanding Range Rover, Land Rover and Jaguar owners whom want to transform their car into a dream vehicle. Their product range offers a variety of possibilities for developing exclusive special editions, such as color accents that can be combined with sporty and elegantly styled Startech bodywork components, tailor-made wheels, exclusive interiors with fine leather and alcantara upholstery in any desired color, ...
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PROJECT LINCOLN MKX | ID AGENCY X UNDFTD

Project Lincoln MKX is a collaboration between ID agency and designer James Bond co-founder of Undefeated. They drew inspiration from sports, athleticism lifestyle, american theme and military aesthetics. Check out the interview of James bond interview on the video....
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JON OLSSON AUDI RS6

Swedish professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson is known for is love of outrageous vehicles for getting to the slopes, last year he was driving an awesome camouflage Lamborghini, and previously he drove a powerful Audi R8 Razor GTR. This season he has chosen a more modest vehicle but still spectacular, an Audi RS6 wagon, with a similar paint scheme and equipped with all the necessary gear to withstand the winter months. This badass wagon is also mind ...
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