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Aspid Gt-21 Invictus

This is not the new batmobile, this is the menacing new Aspid GT-21 Invictus. It was conceived by top engineer and car-designer Ignacio Fernandez and his engineering company IFR Automotive. After spending his early years designing racing vehicles, Ignacio wanted to design cars for the public, able to transport the driver to the emotional state only achieved in a pure racing car. This beast was truly designed for motorsport enthusiasts, it features a V8 450hp engine, capable of reaching 60 mph in 3 seconds and a top speed of 189 mph. Watch the video



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SKYLOCK

It looks like your typical U-lock, but Skylock is much more. It has a number of hi-tech features, connected to your phone via Bluetooth, Skylock has a built-in solar panel ensuring it never runs out of battery. You can unlock the lock with a tap of a button on your phone or set your phone to use your proximity to unlock, or if you donīt have your phone, simply enter a code on the lockīs touchpad. The smart lock has a built-in anti-theft feature that alerts you if an...
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MINI BEACHCOMBER CONCEPT | THE SKY IS THE LIMIT

The MINI Beachcomber Concept combines all-wheel drive with cutting-edge suspension technology, numerous body elements serving to make the car extra-strong and robust, as well as an elevated seating position....
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VOLATA BIKE

Volata Cycles, based in San Francisco, have presented their Italian-Designed, high-tech bicycle. The Volata Bike is specifically designed for next generation commuters, focusing on the integration of cycling and tech in a unique way. Notable features include an integrated 2.4-inch LCD TFT display built into the aluminum stem, built-in GPS, built-in lights automatically turn on when it gets dark, an electronic horn, a self-charging battery (automatically charges whil...
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