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2020 Subaru Outback

The 2020 Subaru Outback has been revealed with turbo power and more tech than ever. The all-new SUV (2.4-liter turbo XT model) features 8.7 inches of ground clearance and is powered by a 2.4-liter turbocharged boxer engine with 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque (base models will get the naturally aspirated 182hp 2.5-liter flat-four unit). It also comes with a blacked-out exterior, dark-finished 18-inch wheels, and a trim-specific gray two-tone interior with water-repellant StarTex seats. There is also EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, adaptive cruise control, lane-centering, and a Front View Monitor that uses a front camera to give a 180-degree view of the terrain ahead of the Outback on the huge 11.6-inch dashboard display. 



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Hookie Yamaha XSR700

Yamaha’s incredibly successful Yard Built program consists of renown customisers from around the world providing inspirational ideas on how to transform modern Yamaha models. Customers can then buy the kits and build their own custom bike. Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out this gorgeous transformation of a Yamaha XSR700 that they named "Grasshopper". The ruggedly futuristic build takes its design cues from modern motocross and flat track bike...
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1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400 | Image

1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400

Back in 1974 Lamborghini unveiled the revolutionary Countach LP400, a car ahead of its time. The unique design featured many flat, trapezoidal surfaces and large ducts and air intakes, and the car´s calling card was its flip-up, scissor-style doors, which would carry over to subsequent Lamborghini models. Today, the "Periscopio" LP400 is generally regarded as the most collectible Countach. This sublime example was restored by Lamborghini legend Valentino Balboni, i...
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Budnitz Model E

If you are considering going electric but still think e-bikes are overly heavy and bulky, think again, the new Budnitz Model E is the lightest electric bicycle in the world, weighing under 30 lbs (the frame is made from 3AL 2.5V titanium alloy, which is both as strong as steel and as light as aluminum). The battery is enclosed in the rear hub, along with a 250W motor, all the electronics and an array of sensors. This all-in-one drivetrain offers an assist up to 15 m...
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