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Charge Electric 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 e-muscle car has a limited-run of 499 convertible and coupe ponies.



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1966 Ferrari 275 GTS

Courtesy of the guys at Auxietre & Schmidt, you have got a chance to get your hands on this mesmerising 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS, one of just 200 examples built. The unique open-top Ferrari was designed and constructed by renown Italian car design firm Pininfarina, and its smooth and more understated lines are handsome and display an air of sophistication, discreetly hiding the race-derived V-12 that sits under the hood. The mighty V12 engine produces 260bhp at 7,00...
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JEEP ACTION CAMPER

The Jeep Action Camper is an expedition ready slide-on camper developed for two passengers. The complete unit can be taken on or off in very little time and is very versatile. The jeep conversion kit features all the amenities for a comfortable expedition experience, including an incredibly spacious interior with a king-size bed, a kitchen, bathroom, dining area, and plenty of storage space....
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BICYCLE BRAKE LIGHT

The clever Fabric FLR30 Light packs a lot of safety innovation into a small package. The 30-lumen taillight makes clever use of an incorporated accelerometer to increase brightness as speed falls. The result is a dual-purpose light that alerts traffic when you intend to slow down or stop in order to get drivers┬┤ attention and making sure they see you. The R30 is compact, reliable, USB-rechargeable, and burns for between eight and 12 hours depending on the setting. ...
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