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Koenigsegg One1

The Koenigsegg One:1 is finally official! Swedish supercar specialists Koenigsegg have taken the hypercar concept to the next level, the all-carbonfibre One:1 is is equipped with a twin-turbocharged, 5.0-liter V8 engine and a crazy 1,360hp! Reports say this beast has traveled at 273 miles per hour, which would make it the world´s fastest production vehicle. Only six of these will be made, good luck if you’ve got the requisite $2m lying around. Read a great report on the supercar by Jalopnik here



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MOTOPED SURVIVAL BIKE | Image

MOTOPED SURVIVAL BIKE

Remember the popular post we did on the Motoped conversion kit? Now the same guys behind the petrolhead DIY project have presented their new kit, the Motopeds Survival Bike : Black Ops Edition. The apocalypse ready ride is built with the same kit as the standard Motoped, but comes with a bunch of action ready accessories to choose from, including a crossbow, two gas packs, a survival shovel, a harpoon, a blade a saw, carabiners, an axe, climbing rope, flashlight, an...
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ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK | Image

ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK

Troy and Tony, co-founders of RoamR, build rigs for discriminating customers. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this ultra-capable off-road vehicle based on a 1974 Jeep J20 pickup. Dubbed the Tomahawk, the beastly rig was designed as a self-contained exploration machine that could be driven out to the far reaches of the desert and camped in. The guys popped a 401 V8 under the hood, modernized it with new Metalcloak suspension lifting it six inches...
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HONDA NEO SPORTS CAFE | Image

HONDA NEO SPORTS CAFE

Another vehicle that has wowed the crowd at this years Tokyo Motor Show, is the retro-influenced Neo Sports Cafe by Honda. Although the model featured here is still a concept, the real bike will be revealed at the Milan show at the November EICMA show in Milan, with the naked sportbike rumoured to be equipped with a Fireblade 998cc water-cooled inline four-cylinder engine. The finished machine looks like it will feature a large multi-exit silencer, a single-sided sw...
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