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Code-x Yacht

Code-X AG is a Swiss company domiciled in Meggen (Canton Lucerne). Code-X AG develops fundamentally new concepts in yacht construction and yacht drives with the declared aim of having these concepts becoming the standard in the future. This 47 7” catamaran beauty can achieve 80 knots with its twin Ilmor formula one engines, delivering a hefty 710hp a piece, or at a more leisurely 9 knots by the twin electric motors.



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LEXANI EXTREME TERRAIN CAMPER

Lexani are well known for armouring up SUV’s, so when they decided to create their own adventure van, they pulled out all the stops. Their luxury 4×4 bespoke Sprinter conversions are easy to handle and hard to beat, serious adventure seekers will feel right at home. Based on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the EXTV - Kalahari is fully kitted out for living off the grid. For starters, the camper comes complete with a functional kitchenette, plenty of stora...
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1986 Mercedes-Benz Unimog

Embark on off-road adventures with the legendary 1986 Mercedes-Benz Unimog, a robust and iconic 4x4. This expedition-ready vehicle is a testament to reliability, robustness, and exceptional off-road capabilities. Recently refurbished with over $166,000 in restoration work by leading Unimog specialist Atkinson Vos, this U1700 Unimog boasts a rebuilt 6.0-liter diesel engine, four-wheel drive, and a versatile gearbox with low range and differential lock options. The Ob...
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Humble One SUV

California-based Humble Motors has unveiled the world’s first solar-powered SUV. The sleek  Humble One SUV has 80 square feet of revolutionary, solar cells that can generate over three megawatt-hours of power in a single year. The cells are connected to an onboard photovoltaic system of panels, chargers, and converters that power the vehicles battery, allowing travel without the need to stop and charge. And when the sun isn’t shining, an impressive 80kWh ba...
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