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Mercedes-benz Slr Stirling Moss

Three letters are all it takes to make car fans’ hearts beat faster: SLR. In the 1950s the Mercedes-Benz SLR 300 celebrated victory after victory with the British racing driver Stirling Moss. It does 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds, top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h), has a million dollar price tag and extremely limited (only 75 will be produced).



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DODGE DEMON

Meet the world’s fastest production car, the mind-blowing 840hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. The impressive muscle car is powered by a supercharged HEMI V8 making 840 hp, and 770 lb-ft of torque with a higher rev limit of 6,500 rpm. The street-legal, drag strip-ready beast, from standstill, will hit 30 mph (48 km/h) in 1 second, 60 mph (97 km/h) in 2.3 seconds and cover the quarter mile in a staggering 9.65 seconds at 140 mph (225 km/h). In addition, it c...
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2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake

British car maker Jaguar have just revealed the stunning new Jaguar XF Sportbrake, a sleek wagon with a spacious and versatile interior. Set to compete with the latest BMW 5-series Touring, Mercedes E-class estate and Volvo V90, the new XF Sportbrake has a dynamic performance, desirable styling, cutting-edge technologies and is designed to support active lifestyles. A number of options are available, choose from four and six-cylinder diesel and petrol units, rear-wh...
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QUADSKI | BY GIBBS TECHNOLOGIES

Gibbs Sports unveiled a prototype of the first commercially viable high-speed personal sports amphibian - Quadski. It is capable of travelling up to 50 mph (72 kph) on land and water and makes the transition at the flick of a switch. Just imagine the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next....
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