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Terrafugia Tf-x Flying Car

Flying-car developer Terrafugia have presented the science fiction-esque TF-X, the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future. The spectacular flying plug-in hybrid will be able to take off and land vertically, carry four people in car-like comfort, cruise at speeds of up to 200 mph, and have a non-stop flight range of at least 500 miles. Terrafugia predicts it will take the average driver about five hours to learn how to fly a TF-X, youŽll be able to deploy the wings at the push of a button in a matter of seconds, and power the propellers to take off vertically just like a helicopter. A ducted fan then provides thrust. Unfortunately Terrafugia says the TF-X will be another 8-12 years in development. watch the video



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DONKEY 6 PACK BIKE BAG

Great bike accessory by Donkey Products, the Donkey 6pack/Bike bag is a saddle bag with six compartments for carrying up to six 0,5l bottles; The bag is made of dark grey canvas with black velcro and neon orange coated. It measures 26x29x18 cm. ...
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LC200 Supertourer

In 2016 Patriot Campers took the 4X4 world by storm with the release of their LC79 Supertourer dubbed the "Black Truck", a highly-customizable, imminently-capable off-road machine based on the new GXL Toyota Landcruiser dual cab. For their LC200 Supertourer, they have transformed a brand new 4.5L V8 Twin Turbo-Diesel 200 Series Toyota Landcruiser into an ultra-capable off-road tourer packed with off-road-ready features. These include a  chassis extension, suspe...
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ONEWHEEL

The hoverboard is here! (well not quite), meet Onewheel, a self-balancing one-wheeled electric skateboard. It is basically a skateboard without the wheels and with a big fat wheel in the center, all the electric stuff is neatly hidden inside the aluminum chassis of the board. The board is easy to ride, simply lean forward to drive forward, back to stop and press your heels or toes to turn. When fully charged, the Onewheel has a 6 mile range and can hit speeds of 12 ...
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