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Peugeot eF01

French automaker Peugeot have presented the world´s first electric folding bicycle, dubbed the eF01. The Peugeot eF01 aims to make inner-city commuting that little bit easier and can be folded and unfolded in as little as 10 seconds. It weighs only 37 pounds (17 kg), has a range of around 18 miles (30 km), and a top speed of 12 mph (20 km/h). The portable e-bike can be stored and charged in a dockstation, or recharged in the boot of any vehicle with a 12-volt power outlet or via a normal household plug. It takes approximately 2 hours for full charge. A Bluetooth connection on the bike allows riders to monitor charge levels and other stats via the included app. The eF01 will be available starting in the first half of 2017.



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Faraday Future FF91

Faraday Future, an electric car startup, looks to take on Tesla with the new all-electric FF91 supercar. Announced at the CES technology show in Las Vegas, the FF91 fuses exceptionally high performance with precise handling, ultra-luxury, and futuristic intelligence features. Its powertrain produces a total of 1,050 hp and is capable of hitting a staggering 0-60 in 2.39 seconds (faster than the current record holder, the Tesla Model X P100D). Furthermore, the high-t...
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PORSCHE CAYMAN BLACK EDITION

Porsche have finally given the Black Edition treatment to their Cayman model, and it looks spectacular. Styled in all-black gloss paint, and black leather interior, the special edition Porsche Cayman Black Edition offers upgrades such as a Sport Design steering wheel, 20-inch Carrera Classic wheels, bi-xenon headlamps with the Porsche Dynamic Lighting System, navigation, heated seats, and an upgraded stereo. Available from January 2016 starting at $60,195, or $6,600...
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1981 Land Cruiser FJ45

Another masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop. You’ve no doubt heard of the FJ40 Land Cruiser, one of the most iconic vintage 4x4´s on the road, and increasingly popular on the classic car circuit… but have you met the FJ45? The FJ45 Land Cruiser was produced in Japan from 1976 to 1986. This rugged workhorse could carry up to 13 people, and was designed to carry the troops (hence its nickname "the Troopy”). It was deployed as a commercial vehicle for mi...
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