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Nimbus E-Car

Nimbus is a concept e-car designed by Hemisferio Criativo, a design studio ran by Eduardo Galvani. It is clearly inspired by the iconic VW bus, but has been designed to go a lot of places the VW couldn’t, like go off-road. The unique hybrid is powered by a 180hp electric engine and lithium-ion battery to move around, and features a micro combustion generator, solar panels, and regenerative braking to keep it charged up. Panoramic windows, comfy stadium seats, climate control and top-of-the-line entertainment system make it the ultimate adventure van we´d love to see become reality.



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KOMPANJA CAMPER VAN

The #VanLife phenomenon is all the rage lately, and camper vans suited for everyday life are currently enjoying great popularity. German conversion shop Kompanja impresses with their elaborate design on their compact camper van based on the Renault Trafic. This versatile multipurpose camper can easily be configured as a six-seat people mover, or transformed to an empty cargo van, or a four-berth camper van within minutes. The Kompanja van offers a slew of options, i...
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JAMMOCK HAMMOCK

Ever felt like chillin´on the top of your Jeep or on the back of you truck? Well, Jammock Hammock was made just for that. The Virginia based company thought of a way to use Jeep´s roll bars or the back of your pick-up truck as support for a hammock enabling you to enjoy a beautiful sunset or a starry sky by night. Get the most out of your vehicle and use it in a new way, build memories with more enjoyable moments between man and machine. Jammock Hammock is made in U...
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DUCATI SUPERBIKE 1199 PANIGALE

Ducati presented on Monday, in Milan, Italy, the amazing new 1199 Panigale. The 361-pound machine features a twin-cylinder engine that generates 195 horsepower. The sports bike has ABS, traction control, suspension with electronic settings, electronic throttle control, and quick-shift - a system that optimizes the gear shifts. The bike arrives in stores in early 2012 and will have three versions available: 1199 Panigale - $17,995, 1199 Panigale S (sports version) - ...
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