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300sl Panamericana

The 300SL Panamericana is a remake of the legendary Mercedes 300SL of the 50s, it gives you the opportunity to drive the glorious classic with the same appeal as the original but with performance and the latest technical standard of the cars of today. American company GullWing America (GWA) from San Antonio - Texas has developed the 300SL Panamericana inspired by the mythic Mercedes 300 SL "Gullwing", many details of comfort were added to the new version, also added was a new 5.5-liter V8 and 408 hp engine turning the car into a pleasure and fun to drive.



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PAGANI C9 HUAYRA

Zondas successor, the new supercar from Italo-Argentinian designer Horacio Pagani is the stunning Pagani C9 Huayra. Equipped with a biturbo V12 engine provided by AMG, the Huayra has 700 hp and 737lb ft of torque, Mercedes-Benz "provided" another cool detail to Pagani, the gull-wing-inspired doors by the now rival SLS....
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BOOSTED BOARD

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the lightweight electric skateboard named Boosted Board, is now available for purchase. Described by the creators as "The Worlds Lightest Electric Vehicle”, Boosted Board is the perfect combination of portability and power. The board is powered by 2000 watts (2.6 horsepower) and weighs a mere 15 lbs, it has a 6 mile range and can travel at speeds up to 20mph, it takes only 90 mins to fully charge! All is controlled via a...
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BUGATTI 16C GALIBIER CONCEPT

Bugatti released pictures of our 16C Galibier, the prototype of the future four-door brand, first introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The interior is minimalist but at the same time refined, thanks to high-quality materials and the inclusion of a clock Parmigiani, created specially for the Galibier, which can be removed and placed on the wrist....
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