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Ferrari Xezri Concept | By Samir Sadikhov

Ferrari Xezri is the amazing vision of Samir Sadikhov from Azerbaijan, it won 2nd prize at the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011. The design was based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. He was also inspired by wind, he named the concept Xezri, it is derived from the name given to the wind passing through the eastern part of the Caspian Sea, the largest lake on earth. We love the purity and elegance of its design.




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LAND ROVER DEFENDER CELEBRATION SERIES | Image

LAND ROVER DEFENDER CELEBRATION SERIES

Land Rover has launched the Defender Celebration Series, three exciting new limited edition models which each celebrate a different element of Defenderís unique history, and will mark the end of the Defender production. Three very different interpretations of the Defender will be available, The Heritage, Adventure and Autobiography Editions, all have a genuine thirst for adventure. The exclusive Autobiography Edition(€64,000) features a comprehensive equipment ...
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LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER | Image

LAMBORGHINI VENENO ROADSTER

Italian automaker Lamborghini have unveiled the mind blowing Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The spectacular super-car has no roof at all and will be equipped with an impressive 750 hp 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of moving this beast to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and blast it to a top speed of 221 mph! Only nine Veneno Roadster models will be available for purchase, so get out your check book fast....
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BLADEFISH 5000 SEA SCOOTER

Do you like diving, snorkeling, or simply spending a lot of time in the water? This is a gadget for you. Bladefish 5000 is an underwater personal propulsion jet, it can be recharged in a fraction of time and can be easily stored in your luggage. It features Lithium ion 18v batteries, a 240 watt 18 v motor, three speeds, 130 ft depth, and 70-120 minute runtime. ...
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