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Domus Electric Trimaran

Developed by Van Geest Design, the mighty impressive Domus Trimaran was designed as the world´s first zero-emission superyacht. The 130-foot vessel manages to pack in nearly 8,500 square feet split between two decks, including six guest cabins (two of them master suites), a cinema, gym, saloon, bar and a swimming pool. Of course, there is also a spa so you can relax like a real Roman. The unique vessel also presents an optimized combination of solar power, hydro regeneration and hydrogen fuel cell systems, offering an unlimited range and noiseless, carbon-free cruising.



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EQUUS BASS 770

The Equus Bass 770 by Detroit-based Equus Automotive is a brand new high performance vehicle designed and manufactured in the USA, celebrating 1960’s and 1970s muscle cars. Featuring many of the styling elements of iconic cars like the Fastback Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger, the Equus Bass 770 blends muscle car legacy with today’s automobile technology and luxury amenities. The 2-door super-car is powered by an impressive handcrafted 6.2-liter a...
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1981 AUDI QUATTRO

Petrolheads rejoice, this 1981 Audi Quattro is now an acquisition possibility, this one in particular has some cool history that goes along with it. Originally built to be a VAG press car, it was one of the first Quattros imported to the UK, registered in 1981. It later went into competition in 1982 in the fabulous group B series, prepared by David Sutton Motorsport/Audi UK although initially used as a recon and practice unit but then in 1983 it did race on the Roth...
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KOMPANJA CAMPER VAN

The #VanLife phenomenon is all the rage lately, and camper vans suited for everyday life are currently enjoying great popularity. German conversion shop Kompanja impresses with their elaborate design on their compact camper van based on the Renault Trafic. This versatile multipurpose camper can easily be configured as a six-seat people mover, or transformed to an empty cargo van, or a four-berth camper van within minutes. The Kompanja van offers a slew of options, i...
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