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GTO Engineering Squalo

British specialty-car builder and Ferrari specialists, GTO Engineering will launch a project of their own, the Squalo (shark in Italian), inspired by the most mythical of the Ferrari, the 250 GTO from the 1960s, considered to be the most valuable car of all time. Being developed since November 2020, the impressive restomod pushes the boundaries of modern craftsmanship and blends modern technology and manufacturing with attention to detail. The gorgeous neo-classic machine is powered by a naturally aspirated quad-cam 4.0-liter V12 engine, paired with a manual gearbox, that drives the rear wheels. Currently, we have no more real specifications on the car and pricing has not been announced, but reservations are being accepted, with deliveries expected to begin in 2023. So get your check book out now.



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GFC Platform Camper

Go Fast Campers, the creators of the awesome Superlite Roof Tent, have introduced the all-new GFC Platform Camper, a huckable "hotel room" that is ready to go at a moments notice. Now on its second iteration, the Platform is both the most practical possible pickup-bed topper and an extremely convenient rooftop tent, wrapped up in a lightweight package. Compatible with several popular trucks, the camper melds seamlessly with your vehicle and lets you configure the in...
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ANNOBIKE

Annobike is new project that is now on the final crowdfunding stage and it’s quite the charmer, an e-bike with some cool features. First of all it’s a Danish project so, as usual, the minimal cool design is there, the industrial sturdy look too, top notch quality is also ensured plus the eco-consciousness which is always a must-have on these kind of projects also has a check on this box. Tech wise it features a Bafang brushless engine (250 or 750W option availab...
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Muli Cargo eBike

Cargo bikes are great to haul all your gear (or kids) around, but they can be rather ungainly when used as regular commuters, specially in busy cities. With only 6.4 ft (195cm) long, and a cargo basket that folds in when not in use, the Muli Cargo eBike sets new standards in terms of compactness. It is almost as long as a normal bike, thanks to the small wheels, and the large, 90l cargo basket that can be folded to a width of only 28cm (11 inches). It fits into ever...
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