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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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X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES | Image

X132 HELLCAT COMBAT | BY CONFEDERATE MOTORCYCLES

Back in August this year Confederate Motorcycle collector James Hoegh made history breaking the land speed record for big block American V-twin engine motorcycles. He was riding a X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype on an average top speed of  172.211mph. Now Confederate are producing a limited edition of 36 handcrafted examples of this machine, for $72,000 you can own this record-breaking piece of motorcycle history. Watch the video and check out James Hoegh´s reco...
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1976 International Harvester Scout II Rallye

Remember the gorgeous International Harvester Scout II finished in matte white and in matte black? Now Motorcar Studio is offering this awesome 1976 International Scout II finished in olive green with a white top and matte black rallye stripe! The rust-free truck has been fully restored and fitted with custom front and rear bumpers, a Warn winch, KC lights plus brand new Mickey Thompson 17-inch Deegans wearing 285/70 Kenda Klever R/T tires. Under the hood is a power...
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Maxlider 4-Door Bronco

Few cars can capture the true adventurous energy that the Ford Bronco exudes, the iconic SUV was one of the world´s leading 4x4 vehicles for three decades (between 1966 and 1996) but Ford never offered a four-door Bronco to the public. The team at Maxlider Brothers Customs has taken it upon themselves to rectify this glaring error by stretching a first-gen Bronco, fitting an extra set of doors, and a third row of seats to take more pals off-road! The build is might...
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