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Porsche 918 Spyder X Martini Racing

Itīs official! Porsche has released a series of photos of the limited edition 918 Spyder decorated with the colors of Martini Racing. Porscheīs association with the Martini Racing has lasted for nearly 40 years, enjoying great success with the championship-winning Martini Racing Team of the 70s. The supercar, powered by a V8 engine, has a combined power of 770 hp and is capable of 325 km/h maximum speed. The Spyder will be also able to reach 150 km/h in all-electric mode. The exclusive supercar is limited to 918 units. [scouted by Luis]



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Emory Porsche 356 RSR

Rod Emory debuts one of his wildest builds yet, the beastly 356 RSR! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. The talented team at Emory Motorsports have meticulously stitched together another brilliant monster mash-up Porsche, the latest Outlaw brings new life to a 1960 356B T5 coupe. In fact, the shop was able to successfully blend it with a 1990 964 C2 chassis, requiring a huge amount of...
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SCRAMBLER | BY FCR | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SCRAMBLER | BY FCR

FCR is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in France. The custom build that caught our attention was this Triumph Bonneville Scrambler, equipped with a high mounted exhaust, wide wheels and off-road tires for crossing streams or muddy roads. Great color scheme on this. Head over to the FCR website and check out more of their work. Check out these other Triumph conversions ...
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CHARGE ELECTRIC FORD MUSTANG

British startup Charge Cars is taking the first generation Ford Mustang and turning it into a electric powered monster! The sleek-looking beast uses officially licensed shells of both Fastback and Convertible 1960s Mustangs and is powered by an impressive 536-hp (400-kW) electric powertrain spinning all four wheels to 60 miles per hour reportedly in under 4 seconds, and with a top speed of around 149 mph. Its 64-kWh battery provides a range around 200 miles (322 km)...
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