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Jaguar C-x75 Hybrid Supercar

We take another look at the stunning Jaguar C-X75. The impressive car was first presented back in 2010 as the XJ220 successor, now Jaguar as released some new photos and behind-the-scenes film of the carís development. The beast is powered by an incredible 1.6L four-cylinder hybrid engine(developed by Williams F1) with a combined power output in excess of 850bhp and 1000Nm of torque, and is capable of reaching 62 mph in less than 3.0 seconds on its way to a mind blowing 220 mph. watch the video



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BMW AIRFLOW 2 HELMET | Image

BMW AIRFLOW 2 HELMET

Winner of the Red Dot design award, the AirFlow 2 Helmet lives up to its name in terms of aerodynamics and optimum ventilation. The urban helmet features air-flow openings and ducts that can be shut or open when necessary, keeping the riders head cool. The AirFlow 2 Helmet is available in several colors....
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NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER | Image

NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Chinese startup Niu have recently introduced its second generation electric scooter, the M1. The award wining design is a cool and fresh looking electric scooter designed for urban users. It features an all-in-one body structure and omnidirectional headlight and tail light systems for safety. It has also upgraded to a brand new smart control system, incorporates GPS and AGPS real time positioning technology, and an app that lets you check information about the bike ...
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PAUL BUDNITZ BICYCLES | Image

PAUL BUDNITZ BICYCLES

Founder of Kidrobot (brand of clothing and accessories) Paul Budnitz has launched his own bicycle brand, named Paul Budnitz Bicycles. With a retro style, titanium frames, disc brakes and other top components, the two models available, Nļ1 (Cruiser) and Nļ2 (Mountain Bike) weigh only 3.3 lbs (without parts). The bikes feature gates carbon belts instead of gears and chains. via Coolhunting ...
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