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Head-up Display | By Garmin

The Garmin Head-up Display projects navigation information onto your windshield, allowing for a safer drive without taking your eyes off the road. The device pairs with your smartphone and projects information onto a reflective film on your windshield, it displays directions, speed, traffic, estimated time of arrival, the speed limit, traffic information and more. It also warns you of potential traffic delays and upcoming safety camera locations. Also available at amazon



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Byton Electric SUV | Image

Byton Electric SUV

Byton is a new electric car designed by former BMW and Apple employees. Presented at the CES 2018, the mid-sized SUV is slated to have around 310 miles of range from a single charge, and features a huge 50 inch touchscreen display that stretches out across almost the entire dashboard, and controls everything from climate, to entertainment. An 8-inch tablet is also fitted directly into the steering wheel which will likely provide information to the driver. There are ...
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Lancia Delta S4 Stradale | Image

Lancia Delta S4 Stradale

The S4 is the ultimate Group B car and perfectly encapsulates the performance and excess of Group B rallying from the 1980s. The Lancia Delta S4 featured here is one such rare Stradale model, and is in an immaculate condition with brown suede leather in the inside. Power is provided by the famed 1,759-cubic centimetre dual overhead cam four-cylinder engine, with an impressive 300 horsepower sent to all four wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox. Presented with exte...
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Ares X-Raid SUV

Based in Modena, Italy, the historical home of sports car excellence, Ares Design is a modern coach builder founded in 2014 by Dany Bahar, the former boss of Lotus. The first of the company’s products is this modified G-Wagen, dubbed the Ares X-Raid, a 760HP beast with a bespoke composite body. Based on the Mercedes G63, the car comes complete with a tuned 760 horsepower, 5.5-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine, and features a body made from carbon, along with aluminium, to...
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