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Atlis XT Electric Pickup

The race to launch the first all-electric American truck heats up, after Rivian introduced their R1T Electric Truck, another company has entered the fray. Arizona-based vehicle startup Atlis Motor Vehicles have presented the all-electric Atlis XT, a full-size truck built on their XP platform. The company´s ambitious plan is for the truck to have up to 500 miles of driving range on a single charge, up to 35,000 pounds of towing ability and even a duallie setup. The powertrain will allow it to travel from 0-60 in just five seconds, at a top speed of 120 MPH. but the most amazing feature Atlis Motor Vehicles claims, is that it achieved "a full charge in 12 minutes, 35 seconds!". Atlis is accepting reservations and the deliveries are expected to commence in 2020.



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Vagabund Moto BMW R80RT

Vagabund Moto from Austria, are specialists in exploring the creative possibilities within the inspiring world of vintage motorcycles. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rab, a spectacular BMW R80RT from 1992 they call "Vagabund V09”. With an impressive visual impact, the bike features some incredibly cool special features that help it stand out from the crowd. From the multi-faceted uph...
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GROWLER CITY BICYCLE

The Growler City Bike is a concept by industrial designer Joey Ruiter. He took a Growler from a local pub and set out to build a bike around it, with a cafe racer style. The bike features fat 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, 2 speed internal kickback hub, disc brakes, and a drink holder allowing the rider to transport a half gallon jug of beer. via...
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ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK | Image

ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK

Troy and Tony, co-founders of RoamR, build rigs for discriminating customers. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this ultra-capable off-road vehicle based on a 1974 Jeep J20 pickup. Dubbed the Tomahawk, the beastly rig was designed as a self-contained exploration machine that could be driven out to the far reaches of the desert and camped in. The guys popped a 401 V8 under the hood, modernized it with new Metalcloak suspension lifting it six inches...
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