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Jeep Shortcut

Jeep have recently revealed this awesome little concept. The Jeep Shortcut is based on a modern Wrangler and invokes the spirit of 1950s Americana with a shortened body and functional simplicity. The ultra-capable off-roader started as a two-door Wrangler, but had 14 inches chopped out of the body making it more than two feet shorter than a standard Wrangler. The Shortcut also sheds its doors and roof, and has modifications such as a unique grille, hood, tailgate, wheel flares, custom chrome bumpers, 17-inch red steel wheels, and a modified exhaust. Under the hood there is a powerful 3.6L V6 engine mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission. Fingers crossed and hoping this radical concept becomes a production reality.



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Mechatronik M-SL Pagoda | Image

Mechatronik M-SL Pagoda

The stunning Mechatronik M-SL offers a modern Mercedes-Benz V8 in the body of the beautiful Pagoda. The legendary SL has been completely restored by the famous Mercedes specialist Mechatronik and then rebuilt with contemporary technology. Suspension and brakes are modified to handle the 279 horsepower of the mighty 4.3-litre V8 engine. It is also 30kg lighter than the engine it replaces, and apparently will do an impressive 0-62mph in 6.5s and top out at 130mph. It ...
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Adventure VW Syncro Van | Image

Adventure VW Syncro Van

The #VanLife phenomenon is all the rage lately, a fascination with conversion vans built to take adventurers into the wild. While expensive, adventure vans offer a whole lot more than a regular RV, after all, you can convert anything with wheels into a tiny home—if you have the capital. Professional freeride mountainbiker Rob Heran has been a long-time vanlifer, he bought a T3 Syncro Van back in 2017 to start a long conversion pro...
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BLUE BOAT | BY XAVIER VEILHAN | Image

BLUE BOAT | BY XAVIER VEILHAN

This monochrome nautical sculpture designed by french artist Xavier Veilhan. Completed this year in collaboration with the prestigious Frauscher shipyard – combines art and technical prowess in an amazing boat, its equipped with a MerCruiser 220 HP motor. If you would like to be the owner of this minimal beauty it will be auctioned off at Hôtel Hermitage in Monte-Carlo by the Parisian Artcurial on July 20....
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