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Pagani C9 Huayra

Zondas successor, the new supercar from Italo-Argentinian designer Horacio Pagani is the stunning Pagani C9 Huayra. Equipped with a biturbo V12 engine provided by AMG, the Huayra has 700 hp and 737lb ft of torque, Mercedes-Benz "provided" another cool detail to Pagani, the gull-wing-inspired doors by the now rival SLS.




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SPIRAN BICYCLE | BY PEOPLE PEOPLE | Image

SPIRAN BICYCLE | BY PEOPLE PEOPLE

Swedish industrial design agency People People, the same guys behind the funky Transparent Speaker, have presented a new product, the beautiful Spiran Bicycle. The minimalist bike is a modern interpretation of the old classic Swedish postal and delivery bikes. Spiran features a sleek, light weight frame and slim racing tires, optimized for the agility and speed needed in a city, plus a front basket that integrates a clever bike lock system. The bike is single speed ...
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BESV PS1 ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

BESV PS1 ELECTRIC BIKE

Besv Panther PS1 is a new e-bike, a segment thats becoming hotter and hotter, and to get in this market, you must have real differentiating factors. Besv Panther PS1 has just a few features that will enable it to stand out form the crowda special carbon frame, with more than 10 layers in order to offer a stiff structure that weighs only 16.9kg, making it the lightest commuter electric-bike available. With a minimalist design and an understated look it has a Sony b...
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WOOD KAYAK | BY JUSTIN CHARLES | Image

WOOD KAYAK | BY JUSTIN CHARLES

This exclusive heirloom quality, hand crafted kayak by Justin Charles is made from from a composite of Western Red Cedar strips and glass fiber, making it weigh a mere 38 lbs and easy to manage. It features Watertight storage compartments fore and aft, adjustable foot braces, seat and backrest, carrying handles and deck rigging included....
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