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Billy Electric BMX

Equipped with a 500-watt motor, the Billy proclaims to be a blend between a BMX and motocross bike. The compact urban bike features a 13.6-Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery located inside the top tube of the 6061 aluminum frame, powering a 500W Bafang rear hub motor, and providing a top speed of 20mph. The foldable e-bike also features a range of approximately 41 miles (66 km) per charge, 20-inch wheels, four-inch fat tires, a carbon belt drive, mechanical disc brakes, a 5-volt USB charging port, and a motorcycle-inspired twist throttle. watch the video below



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Michelin Airless Tires

Airless Tires will soon become a real thing and end with the hassle of punctured tires. These have been under development for some time but Michelin seem to have gotten the formula just about right. They’ve named it the UPTIS which stands for Unique Puncture Proof Tire System, these are being developed in collaboration with GM, the American car manufacturer is going to equip a large fleet of their Bolt models with the tires to continue testing and developing. The ...
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BERTONE MANTIDE

The Bertone Mantide is an ambitious project by Italian automobile designer Bertone. It features a futuristic structure based on the Corvette ZR1. Apparently the Mantide has better performance than the ZR1, due to the redesign of various aerodynamic parts and reduced weight. Because most of the structure is in carbon fiber, the Mantide is 100kg lighter than the ZR1. The super machine has a 638hp, 6.162cc, V8 engine! and 3.800rpm torque, allowing the beast to go from ...
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BMW E30 M3 by Redux

Bringing a classic car back to life is one of the ever-changing trends in the car industry, with some wanting to keep the iconic shapes of a particular car, but with the features and technologies of modern times. One example of this trend is that of the small company Redux, which introduced a restored and ostensibly modified BMW E30 M3 classic. Think about how Singer "reimagined" the Porsche 911, Redux have built the ultimate reincarnation of the BMW M3 using lots o...
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