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Vespa Segway

Spanish design house Bel & Bel have given a cool-upgrade to the uncool segway, they have combined two of the most distinctive vehicles on the roads and created the Vespa Segway. Named Zero Scooter, the creative vehicle is actually made with real parts from the iconic Vespa and can travel up to 21 miles on one charge at speeds of up to 12 mph. The quirky scooter is made to order and and can be customized by color and finish. If you´re gonna ride a segway, you might as well do it in style...

Also by Bel & Bel, check out the Vespa Seat




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Jaguar I-PACE

Jaguar have presented their first-ever electric vehicle. The Jaguar I-PACE is an electric performance SUV, and will surely rival with the recently launched Tesla Model X. Jaguar claims it will have a range from a single charge of 310 miles (meaning drivers with an average daily commute will only need to recharge the vehicle once a week), and will be able to accelerate from 0-62mph in about four seconds (meaning it will rival all but the very quickest of sports cars)...
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YAMAHA XJ750 | BY DREAM WHEELS HERITAGE

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Portugal-based Dream Wheels Heritage. The bike, a Yamaha XJ750 was bought in Germany in a miserable state and Dream Wheels put their magic and creativity to work and created a stunning conversion, changing completely the look and style of the bike. The XJ750 is a rare model when it comes to custom building, but the guys have done a wonderful job on this sleek scrambler. More photos after the jump...
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1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle

Here is a one-of-a-kind chance to own this extremely early, rare, and historically significant Beetle. The 1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle is perfectly preserved and restored, it was originally delivered to the director of the German Red Cross and is perhaps the best preserved specimen from that era. KdF Beetles are very rare to see in any condition at all, much less in this nice of restored presentation. This is a unique opportunity to get an extremely early production Bee...
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