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Saab Aero-x Concept

Saab Aero-X is a concept car by Saab unveiled at the 2006 Salon International de lAuto. It is powered by a 2.8 L twin-turbocharged V6 running on pure ethanol that produces 300 kW (400 hp). 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is predicted to be 4.9 s and top speed is limited to 250 km/h (155 mph). It has a 7-speed manual transmission controlled by paddles on the steering wheel.



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TACTICAL SEAT COVERS | BY SMITTYBILT | Image

TACTICAL SEAT COVERS | BY SMITTYBILT

These cool tactical seat cover storage systems by Smittybilt are great for carrying and organizing small items in your expedition vehicle. The G.E.A.R. Seat Covers come fully-equipped with plenty of pockets and storage compartments to help you store personal items and save space, while also providing a comfortable and durable seat cover solution. Check out Smittybilt´s G.E.A.R range here, for more great storage solutions....
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2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER | Image

2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER

After being introduced just two years ago, the Triumph Street Scrambler gets a serious makeover for 2019 without ruining the magic. For the new model, Triumph tweaks the looks, while adding a much bigger boom to performance, a handful of technology upgrades, and a pinch of style changes. It now features a 900cc twin Bonneville engine for more power (7,500 rpm, and 65hp), new Brembo brakes as standard, Road and Rain riding modes,  switchable ABS, a new logo, rev...
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PAUL BUDNITZ BICYCLES | Image

PAUL BUDNITZ BICYCLES

Founder of Kidrobot (brand of clothing and accessories) Paul Budnitz has launched his own bicycle brand, named Paul Budnitz Bicycles. With a retro style, titanium frames, disc brakes and other top components, the two models available, Nş1 (Cruiser) and Nş2 (Mountain Bike) weigh only 3.3 lbs (without parts). The bikes feature gates carbon belts instead of gears and chains. via Coolhunting ...
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