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Canyon Future Mobility Concept

German bicycle manufacturer Canyon has presented a small, cycle-based car designed to give city residents a sustainable way of getting around. The cool Canyon Future Mobility Concept could be the future of urban transportation, allowing riders to dodge traffic and eliminate the dreaded search for parking. The compact electric pedal car offers a laidback recumbent e-bike position, yet offers four wheels like a quadricycle. It uses a fully sealed design to protect riders from the weather, as well as provide some crash protection too. The unique low-emission vehicle is designed to seamlessly jump from the street to the bike lane, it can transition from car traffic and speeds up to 37 miles per hour, down to 15 miles per hour (conventional e-bike max speeds) and slip into narrower bike lanes once traffic starts to build up. The battery-assisted vehicle uses pedal-power for propulsion, with direction controlled via joysticks for steering to navigate a 7m turning radius. watch the video below



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Muli Cargo eBike

Cargo bikes are great to haul all your gear (or kids) around, but they can be rather ungainly when used as regular commuters, specially in busy cities. With only 6.4 ft (195cm) long, and a cargo basket that folds in when not in use, the Muli Cargo eBike sets new standards in terms of compactness. It is almost as long as a normal bike, thanks to the small wheels, and the large, 90l cargo basket that can be folded to a width of only 28cm (11 inches). It fits into ever...
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1987 Porsche 924S Baja Rally Car | Image

1987 Porsche 924S Baja Rally Car

Another gem has just landed on auction website Bring a Trailer, a 1987 Porsche 924S rally car that was recently driven by the current owners in the 2019 runnings of the Baja XL rally. Featured on Petrolicious, this impressive conversion is powered by a 2.5L inline-four engine paired with a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. It is also equipped with a limited-slip differential, a short shift kit, raised suspension, 15" Braid wheels wrapped in 215/75 BFGoodrich KO...
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TIMELESS KUSTOMS CORVETTE

Timeless Kustoms build some impressive custom muscle cars from their workshop in California, they first caught our attention with their Mustang and Camaro conversions. This 1954 Corvette ZR1 has to be the coolest custom Corvette build ever, the guys resurrected the car by building a completely unique hot rod. Named the "Death Star" this insane machine is powered by a mighty supercharged V8 LS9 engine that delivers 590-horsepower to the wheels, and is visible through...
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