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Land Rover Lrx

The LRX called "cross-coupe" by its creators, is a smaller and lighter version of earlier models of Land Rover with a hybrid engine and diesel that can burn biodiesel, and a more aerodynamic design. This first coupé from the british constructer should be available in over 100 countries with a price tag arround 30.000€. Source



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TRACTOR V75 | BY VENIER CUSTOMS | Image

TRACTOR V75 | BY VENIER CUSTOMS

Another stunning Moto Guzzi restyling by Venier customs, an Italian workshop. The redesign is based on a Moto Guzzi NTX, a motorbike used by the Italian police force in the 90´s. The end result was named Tractor V75, a real Moto Guzzi Scrambler with military-style paint, fat Vee Rubber tires, and new hand made fenders, side panels and tank. This beauty is currently for sale, contact Stefano Venier at his website for the price. Also by Venier Customs: Diabola...
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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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Jeep Five-Quarter

For the 53rd annual off-road fan fest in Moab, Utah, Jeep has collected a bunch of sweet pickup-truck concepts to celebrate the return of the famous Gladiator pickup truck. But, the star of the show, is the only one not based on a current Gladiator pickup or Wrangler, it is instead this beastly custom based on the 1968 Jeep M715 military truck. The Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter started out as a Craigslist purchase, which was stripped to the bare bones, keeping all the cla...
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