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RaceBird Electric Powerboat

The RaceBird is a one-of-a-kind high-performance, electric watercraft that promises speeds of up to 58 mph (93 kph) with cooling and hydrofoil technology. The electric raceboat weighs 880 lb (400 kg) and has a peak power output of 150 kW and is powered by a 35 kWh Kreisel battery. It also features a single-seat conckpit inspired by open-wheel race cars, and is tailored to only one pilot. The RaceBird is powered by a 200 horsepower electric drivetrain, and will fly 1.6 ft (approximately 0.5 m) above the water, thanks to a hydrofoil hull design that takes inspiration from seabirds skimming the surface of the ocean.



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WALLY 55

Wally 55 is another beauty from our favorite shipyard, Wally Yachts. Wally has an unconventional approach to yacht and powerboat design, and the Wally 55 is no exception. With a distinctive military look, Wally 55 is the ultimate open sports cruiser, equipped with four powerful engines each producing 435-horsepower and able to deliver a top speed in excess of 40 knots. Wally offers a custom service, you can choose from a two-cabin or three-cabin version, and develop...
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BMW R80 T63

Angry Motors is a new custom motorbike workshop from Switzerland, their first build is this spectacular 1989 BMW R80RT scrambler called "T63”, a name that origins from the bike´s chunky Michelin T63 tires. This model was chosen for the striking mono-shock on the rear, and the iconic boxer engine. The whole bike was ripped to the bone and all parts were powder coated, spray painted, and then rebuilt it completely with new seals, stainless bolts and bespoke pieces....
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LAMBORGHINI RAT ROD

This 1968 Lamborghini Espada was turned into an insane hot rod and will be up for auction on January 12th via Mecum. Introduced in 1968, the Espada enjoyed a 10-year production run (only 1,200 were produced), with a styling that was controversial at the time, a sort of love it-hate it design. The "Rat Rod" was built in 2018 by Danton Art Kustoms to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Espada, and it has all the elements of hot rod style though in a m...
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