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Mini Rocketman

The British brand has anounced that it will be releasing in 2016 a "mini-mini", a smaller version of today´s model, will this be it?. They released the first pictures and information on the Rocketman Concept before its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. It will be only 10cm longer than the original Mini  of the fifties, and has a capacity "3 +1".



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Taking inspiration from Carlo Pecino AKA Colorsponge and his spectacular Ferrari 308 Brawler, Daniel Crane from Crane Designs has given the iconic 1971-1975 DeTomaso Pantera a modern twist. The Italian machine was one of the greatest supercars ever to be built, and making an improvement to something which is already perfect is an almost impossible task, but we think Daniel nailed it in this build. He maintained the hard-edged wedge shape, but modified and updated so...
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