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Lamborghini Perdigon Concept | By Ondrej Jirec

We donīt feature concept vehicles very often, only if we come across something truly spectacular. Today we feature the Lamborghini Perdigon Concept by Ondrej Jirec, a final year Transport Design student at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. The car is inspired by several jet fighters, the most visible of those cues is the large air intake mounted just below the windscreen.

Other amazing concepts worth a look:
- Ferrari Xezri by Samir Sadikhov
- Bentley Barnato Roadster by Ben Knapp Voith




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Mercedes EQC Electric SUV

Mercedes is challenging Tesla with this new electric SUV. Arriving at dealers in 2019, the all-new EQC will be powerful, with 402 hp and 562 lb-ft of torque, getting you from 0-60 in 4.9 seconds and it will have an electronically limited top speed of 112 mph. It is expected to deliver around 279 miles of range, and can charge from 10 to 80% of its battery capacity in only 40 minutes. It will also feature an all-wheel-drive system, various driver assistance systems, ...
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TANNUS TIRES

Tannus Tires made a new and great development for those of us who love riding our bikes but are always afraid of the big bad puncture that leads to a flat tire. In fact theyīve designed a solid, yet lightweight, special tire that prevents it from getting flat. Another interesting feature is that you can choose between twelve fashionable colors for the tire itself, letting you give a livelier look to your two-wheeled friend. Itīs also available in eight different siz...
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LASERLIGHT CORE PROJECTION BIKE LIGHT

Beryl is back with an improved version of their innovative projection bicycle light. The new Laserlight Core projects a green bike symbol onto the road in front of you, increasing your visibility to other road users substantially. The sleek device projects a bike symbol six meters in front of you to increase your footprint on the road, making you visible in blind spots, junctions, and other situations where cyclists are hard to see. The new version is lighter than i...
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