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Mercedes EQC Electric SUV

Mercedes is challenging Tesla with this new electric SUV. Arriving at dealers in 2019, the all-new EQC will be powerful, with 402 hp and 562 lb-ft of torque, getting you from 0-60 in 4.9 seconds and it will have an electronically limited top speed of 112 mph. It is expected to deliver around 279 miles of range, and can charge from 10 to 80% of its battery capacity in only 40 minutes. It will also feature an all-wheel-drive system, various driver assistance systems, a Mercedes MBUX infotainment system, voice control interfaces, an onboard computer and a remote server that interprets driver inputs.

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Land Cruiser G43-S

FJ Company specialize in performing full, frame-off restorations of the classic Japanese Toyota Land Cruisers. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their workshop is this spectacular build equipped with every upgrade, making it impossible not to notice. Commissioned by a client in Oklahoma, this truck charms with its looks that combine a gorgeous olive paint job and custom red leather upholstery, and thrills with its Magnuson-supercharged Toyota 1GR-F...
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Brabus are renown for transforming production cars and trucks into powerhouses. This time around they have applied their magic on the already potent G-Wagon, creating an extreme adventure vehicle. Featuring an in-house developed chassis and a four-seater exposed-carbon buggy-style body, the Brabus Crawler is pure adrenaline on four wheels. The mighty dune racer is powered by a outrageous 4.5-liter twin-turbo V8 that pushes out 900 HP and 1,250 Nm of torque, and is c...
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Mitsubishi has released a mini version of their popular Delica campervan. The Delica Mini is only 3.40 meters long and has already been shown in various conversions by the manufacturer, including all-wheel drive campers. The adventure-inspired design continues inside, where the split-folding rear bench slides forward or backward, allowing drivers to create a flat loading area or the base for a bed. The van is powered by a 659-cc three-cylinder engine with 51 hp (38 ...
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