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Flynano | Single Seater Mini Hydroplane

Looks like science fiction but it is not. This glider is the work of aeronautical engineer Aki Suokas from Finland and has just been presented publicly. The FlyNano is made entirely of carbon fiber, takes off and lands on water, it can be considered a mini-hylane. It can be purchased in all-electric or combustion engine, powered by gasoline. It can reach 140 kilometers per hour and fly up to three kilometers altitude.The first deliveries in the U.S. market are planned for three months from now.



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HUSQVARNA 401

The years most anticipated bike finally breaks cover! The 2017 Husqvarna 401 is finally in production form. We first revealed the two exciting new street models when they were still in concept stage, they were designed to gauge public reaction before possible production. Two models will be available, the 401 Vitpilen cafe racer, and the and 401 Svartpilen scrambler, theyre powered by a 375cc single cylinder motor that produces 44 horsepower and is fed through a six-...
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REVOLIGHTS ECLIPSE

After first appearing on our website, the Revolights bike lighting system has been significantly upgraded. The new Revolights Eclipse comes with the same functionality as the original, but now features 360 Visibility, Bluetooth, turn signals, ride tracking, commute alerts & more. The connected bike lighting system offers unparalleled safety with both lighting and sighting in one revolutionary design, it consists of four rings of LEDs that mount to your front an...
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TOUAREG 3 QATAR

The Touareg 3 Qatar recently presented at the Qatar Motorshow can be considered as the road version of the Race Touareg 3, that, a few weeks ago, triumphed in the 2011 edition of the Dakar Rally in South America. Featuring a 310 hp engine, it does 0-100 km/h in six seconds and is approved for use on the road, which forced some changes in the chassis....
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