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Audi S1 Quattro

German automakers Audi have unveiled images of the new Audi S1 Quattro set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The little beast is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine capable of delivering an impressive 230hp and will be available in a choice of six-speed manual or dual-clutch transmission. No date yet on official release to the public. watch the video




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Nimbus E-Car

Nimbus is a concept e-car designed by Hemisferio Criativo, a design studio ran by Eduardo Galvani. It is clearly inspired by the iconic VW bus, but has been designed to go a lot of places the VW couldn’t, like go off-road. The unique hybrid is powered by a 180hp electric engine and lithium-ion battery to move around, and features a micro combustion generator, solar panels, and regenerative braking to keep it charged up. Panoramic windows, comfy stadium seats, climat...
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MOTOPED

If you´re a petrolhead and a DIY fan, the Motoped conversion kit is the perfect project. Motoped is a fusion of a dirt bike and a mountain bike, to build it you simply need to gather an old Honda XR50/CRF50 engine and an old mountain bike that you can strip. The rest, such as frame, swing arm, jack shaft, bottom bracket, rear hub, etc… will be provided in the kit. Your end and proud result is a 4-stroke motorized bike that you can pedal or ride off-road. watch the v...
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RISK AUTO

Risk auto is based in Phoenix Arizona, they bring us this beauty based on the 1957 Aston Martin DBR2. The RA sports a striking, classic body made from aircraft-spec carbon composites, a full carbon chassis, adapted Aeron chairs for seats, height adjustable steering, reach adjustable Tilton pedals, a choice of 6- or 12-cylinder Jaguar E-Type engines or a LS3 Corvette V8, and NASA Aerogel Insulation....
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