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Contortionist Folding Bike | By Dominic Hargreaves

We donīt normally post prototypes, but occasionally, if we find something really special we have to feature it. Designer Dom Hargreaves entered the James Dyson Award to try and gain funding to take this folding bike forward. Most folding bikes are not as compact as this bike when folded, the Contortionist folds completely into the space of the wheels 26in circumference, and leaves a nice little pull handle for you to drag the bike around. The bike didnīt go into production, but, elements of innovation within the design are now being developed into production bikes with an undisclosed manufacturer. Watch the video



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Byton Electric SUV

Byton is a new electric car designed by former BMW and Apple employees. Presented at the CES 2018, the mid-sized SUV is slated to have around 310 miles of range from a single charge, and features a huge 50 inch touchscreen display that stretches out across almost the entire dashboard, and controls everything from climate, to entertainment. An 8-inch tablet is also fitted directly into the steering wheel which will likely provide information to the driver. There are ...
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FORTUNE HANEBRINK | ELECTRIC ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE

10 years ago an Artic Explorer approached Dan Hanebrink, a champion cyclist, bike inovator and nasa engineer to create an alternative to skis for taking his equipment across the Antartica. The original "ice bike" was created, a vehicle with no plastic parts and with fat low-pressure tyres that crossed all surfaces effortlessly. Electric All-Terrain Vehicle is the evolution of the original with a 600 watt motor that takes you to speeds pf 20mph....
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CITROEN H VAN

The automobile industry is on revival mode for some time now and obviously the Citroen H Van had to come up with a new model. This iconic van is still quite charming and had to be brought to life again, the new view on the old model still has the spirit, the frog like headlights, the small outwards bonnet and the iconic fiberglass side panels are all still there. Although the new makers are an Italian based company, the French soul is intact and the frame and engine...
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