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Citroen E-mehari

French automaker Citroen have presented the newest version of their iconic Mehari from 1968. The cool E-Mehari is as the name suggests, an all electric four-seater cabriolet, with removable roof panels, a fold-down rear bench and a plastic coated fabric interior that is completely waterproof. The 67bhp motor powers it to a top-speed of 68mph, with a range of 124 miles between top ups. It will be available in four colors – orange, yellow, blue and beige, and you’ll be able to buy one from early 2016. watch the video below



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Feast your eyes on this beauty! Back in 1964, Carroll Shelby turned to John Ohlsen, renowned fabricator, to work over a Daytona coupe with a longer chassis. So, he commissioned a secret weapon, a car that would be blazing fast and blow everything else off the asphalt with its raw speed. That year Shelby took on the Ferrari 250 GTO in the GT class at Le Mans and won. Now you can own a piece of car-racing history, the Shelby Legendary Cars company has announced its in...
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Land Cruiser Signature G45-S

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Vagabund Honda CB450

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