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Jimny Body Kit

The fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny (the first full redesign in two decades) is already so popular that it broke the Japanese website when it was officially revealed in June. Now, Japanese tuner DAMD Inc. has unveiled a new body kit that will turn the new boxy, off-road capable little Jimny into a Land Rover Defender lookalike. Dubbed "Little:D", the aftermarket styling kit draws heavily from the Land Rover Defender in terms of design. From the headlights, to the front grill and the distinct hood, DAMD wanted to stay true to the original look. It even gets some nice mudflaps, bulging fender flares, front and rear skid plates, as well as large alloy wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires. DAMD also made another styling kit for the rugged micro-SUV, in the form of "Little: G", that will turn your little Jimny into a Mercedes-AMG G63 lookalike. Sadly it does not get a stumping V8 as it still comes with a 1.5-liter inline-four.



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Shanghai Customs eCub2

The eCub 2 is a retro electric motorcycle by Shanghai Customs, a production-ready version that will be on sale in their shop at the end of April. The awesome ride combines the much loved Honda Super Cub chassis with a hub mounted 1000 watt electric motor, it has a removable Panasonic lithium-ion battery pack, and the ability to do a 25mile ride at an average speed of 30 mph. The electrified Honda Cub also features a rear disc brake, a customizable seat, ...
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2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER | Image

2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER

After being introduced just two years ago, the Triumph Street Scrambler gets a serious makeover for 2019 without ruining the magic. For the new model, Triumph tweaks the looks, while adding a much bigger boom to performance, a handful of technology upgrades, and a pinch of style changes. It now features a 900cc twin Bonneville engine for more power (7,500 rpm, and 65hp), new Brembo brakes as standard, Road and Rain riding modes,  switchable ABS, a new logo, rev...
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CHARGE ELECTRIC FORD MUSTANG

British startup Charge Cars is taking the first generation Ford Mustang and turning it into a electric powered monster! The sleek-looking beast uses officially licensed shells of both Fastback and Convertible 1960s Mustangs and is powered by an impressive 536-hp (400-kW) electric powertrain spinning all four wheels to 60 miles per hour reportedly in under 4 seconds, and with a top speed of around 149 mph. Its 64-kWh battery provides a range around 200 miles (322 km)...
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