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2012 Bentley Continental Gtc

To be officially unveiled to the public next week at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the new Bentley Continental GTC, is a cabrio version of the great English coupe. Bentley Continental GTC has the aesthetic and technical basis of the second generation of the Continental GT, except for the fabric roof, and the 3.0-liter W12 twin turbo engine with an absurd 575 hp and six-speed automatic transmission, which contribute to the 4,8 seconds needed for the model to reach 60mph and top speed of 195mph.



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THE MAGPUL RONIN MOTORBIKE | Image

THE MAGPUL RONIN MOTORBIKE

The Ronin is an impressive concept bike designed on the basis of a Buell 1125R with many mechanical and cosmetic changes to a furiously aggressive streetfighter look. The cooling radiator positioned directly in front position on the fork ... which says a lot about the capacity of the beast. Built by hand, only 47 of these are available....
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CHEVROLET NIVA CONCEPT | Image

CHEVROLET NIVA CONCEPT

Set to debut at the Moscow International Auto Show, Chevroletīs main attraction will be the impressive concept that promises to anticipate the next generation Niva SUV. Visually, the Niva Concept follows the visual evolution adopted in recent releases from Chevrolet, but with characteristics of its own style. Itīs height from the ground impresses, as does the huge apparatus of equipment for off-road use. The interior also features several changes, adopting more ergo...
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1975 M151A2 Wolverine | Image

1975 M151A2 Wolverine

If you are looking for a little off-roader for some fun this summer, look no further. This unique M151A2 aka MUTT from 1975 was built to U.S. Military specifications and is powered by a 4-cylinder inline, 4-stroke engine, with 71 HP and weighs only 2,500 pounds. Dubbed the "Wolverine", the tiny truck was engineered with a full roll cage, high backed Baja seats, 5 point racing harnesses, and a fording kit that allows it to drive through water as deep as 60 inches. Th...
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