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Sub G1

Combining technologies from the motorbike with the sensations you can have driving a car, the SUB G1 is an interesting concept sports car, designed more for the circuit, it has the particularity of beeing composed by traditional two front wheels and a rear axle with one wheel, similar to a motorcycle. It was designed by American designer Jay Brett.



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Floyd Interior
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AEV Ram Truck

American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) is a manufacturer of off-road and overland vehicle parts and accessories as well as turnkey off-road vehicle packages. They are mostly known for building seriously capable Jeep Wranglers, but have recently developed modification packages for Ram pickups, with the name of Prospector. The AEV Ram Prospector package is designed for dedicated overland travelers and recreational explorers alike, it is outfitted with all the necessary eq...
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X132 HELLCAT SPEEDSTER

Confederate Motorcycles have rolled out the spectacular all-new X132 Hellcat Speedster, the perfect fusion of power, strength and beauty. The original X132 Hellcat was a huge success for the brand, but how could you make it even better? Bring in a former Ducati designer, thats how! Built from the finest materials including carbon finer and billet aluminum, the beast is equipped with a 132 inch V twin engine delivering an impressive 120hp and putting out 140 torques,...
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1987 PORSCHE 959

In the mid-1980s, Porsche released a model that looked like it had jetted in from the future. The twin-turbocharged 959 was considered an astonishing achievement back in 1986, regarded as the most technologically advanced road-going sportscar ever created. It was the the pinnacle of production-car performance, and was designed to eliminate aerodynamic lift, with an impressive bodywork that includes flared fenders, covered headlights, a basket-handle rear wing, and i...
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