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Jaguar C X16

Jaguar confirmed the presentation of the C-X16 Coupe at the Motor Show in Frankfurt (Germany) in September. Designed by the same team that designed the models XJ, XK and XF, this concept car reveals the next generation of design from the British brand. The supercar features a 3.0-liter V6 engine with 376hp allowing the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 in 4.3 seconds with a top speed of 186 mph. The car features a hybrid system allowing it to travel at 50 mph on electric power. Watch the video



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NEST ROOFTOP TENT | Image

NEST ROOFTOP TENT

Designer Sebastian Maluska has created a simple rooftop tent for dynamic nomadic people that can be fitted to the roof of any car. The lightweight pop-up tent is inspired by sailing materials, and unlike other car tents that are heavy, very expensive and bulky (which consumes a lot of fuel), the Nest uses as little materials as possible, which creates a more affordable and simpler way to sleep on your car. It is made from two light-weight aluminium frames covered wi...
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STORMTROOPER MOTORCYCLE SUIT | Image

STORMTROOPER MOTORCYCLE SUIT

One for the Star Wars fans...We have seen these suits across the web for some time and decided to do a feature in case you missed them. These are real, officially licensed motorcycle suits! Made by UD Replicas and inspired by the classic STAR WARS imperial armor, each suit comes complete with built-in CE-approved body armor for fully protection and features incredible attention to detail. Two versions are available, Shadow Trooper black or the classic Stormtrooper i...
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FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

FARADAY PORTEUR ELECTRIC BIKE

Meet Faraday Porteur, an electric propelled utility bicycle, the ultimate bike for modern living. An electric bike that combines state-of-the-art technology with timeless design and style, inspired by delivery cycles dating from the 1940s or 1950s. Faraday has built-in lithium batteries, its motor is controlled by a simple thumb switch and delivers up to 15 miles of pedal assist on a single charge. After a long ride, the Faraday recharges in just 45 minutes. It come...
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