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Porsche 911 Dakar

Porsche has unveiled the long-awaited 911 Dakar, a 473bhp off-roading beast. We love this, partially because it is just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. Limited to just 2,500 units worldwide, the mighty Porsche 911 Dakar is powered by a 3.0L Biturbo six-cylinder with 480 PS (473 HP) and max torque of 570 Nm (420 lb-ft) and mated to an eight-speed PDK and Porsche all-wheel-drive. Paying tribute to its victory at the 1984 Paris-Dakar Rally, the all-terrain machine goes from 0-60 in just 3.2 seconds and it will hit a limited top speed of 150 mph. Other features include a height-adjustable suspension that offers 6.3 inches of ground clearance, Porsche Traction Management all-wheel-drive, rear-axle steering, chunky Pirelli off-road tires, a fixed rear spoiler, a CFRP hood from the GT3, aluminum tow hooks, flared fender arches and rocker panels, and a roof basket with an integrated light bar that can hold up to 92 lbs of cargo and accessories. watch the video below

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Zero Labs Electric Ford Bronco SUV

What is cooler than the new 2021 Bronco? These all-electric classic Broncos by Zero Labs! Altough we absolutely love the new Bronco, we cannot forget the original 1966-77 Bronco, which remains a highly-collectible design icon. Thankfully, the original Bronco is still very much alive and kicking, due to the meticulous work of Zero Labs. The California-based company has announced their latest model, an extended range variant that can travel a little over 235 miles (a ...
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ECD Range Rover Classic

Florida-based workshop ECD Automotive Design (formerly East Coast Defender) have been working their magic on Land Rovers, restoring and modifying several British off-roaders over the years. Now ECD have added Range Rovers to their repertoire, and you can now custom order a restored Range Rover Classic. This pristine example, named "Project Alpha", is now powered by a Corvette 6.2-liter LS3 engine, matted to a six-speed automatic transmission, and is capable of hitti...
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Designer Sebastian Maluska has created a simple rooftop tent for dynamic nomadic people that can be fitted to the roof of any car. The lightweight pop-up tent is inspired by sailing materials, and unlike other car tents that are heavy, very expensive and bulky (which consumes a lot of fuel), the Nest uses as little materials as possible, which creates a more affordable and simpler way to sleep on your car. It is made from two light-weight aluminium frames covered wi...
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