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Charge Electric Ford Mustang

British startup Charge Cars is taking the first generation Ford Mustang and turning it into a electric powered monster! The sleek-looking beast uses officially licensed shells of both Fastback and Convertible 1960s Mustangs and is powered by an impressive 536-hp (400-kW) electric powertrain spinning all four wheels to 60 miles per hour reportedly in under 4 seconds, and with a top speed of around 149 mph. Its 64-kWh battery provides a range around 200 miles (322 km), and it can accept 50-kW DC fast charging. The interior appears to have been inspired by Tesla´s Model S interior with the large vertical screen. The limited edition all-black e-muscle car has a limited-run of 499 convertible and coupe ponies. The beauty will make its debut at next month´s Goodwood Festival of Speed.



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2011 JEEP WRANGLER MOJAVE | LIMITED EDITION | Image

2011 JEEP WRANGLER MOJAVE | LIMITED EDITION

This is the Mojave, which pays homage to the legendary route in Mojave Desert located in the United States and currently named Mojave National Preserve. Among the features of the Wrangler Mojave are the fender flares that cover the 17 " wheels, equipped with 32" tires . In addition, themed details like the lizard that symbolizes the model, a blacked-out fuel door cap on the hood and a body-colored hard top, give the model an even more exclusive look....
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1958 BMW 507 Roadster Series II | Image

1958 BMW 507 Roadster Series II

Born to challenge the supremacy of the Porsche Speedster and Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, the BMW 507 Series II Roadster outgrew its experimental beginnings to become one of the most awe-inspiring cars in modern motoring. If you´ve never seen one before, it might be because they only built 252 of them. Offered here is a desirable Series II variant with increased engine output and a little additional space behind the seats, offering those taller drivers a more comfortable s...
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MODULAR KAYAKS | BY POINT 65 | Image

MODULAR KAYAKS | BY POINT 65

The Modular Kayaks by Point 65 feature an innovative snap tap solution, allowing you to snap apart and re-assemble in only a few seconds. You can also add a mid piece and transform the kayak into a expedition tandem - so you can bring a friend! It features two watertight compartments for your gear, foot pedals, cup holders and a comfortable seat & back pad. After exploring, simply take it apart and easily place it in the trunk of your car. watch the video Als...
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