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Porsche eBike

Porsche has introduced two new eBikes inspired by their high-performance EV, the Taycan Cross Turismo. Two models are available, the on-road Sport and the offroad Cross. Both of which feature full-suspension carbon-fiber frame and Magura brakes. The eBike Sport is designed for everyday use, and features a compact Shimano EP8 motor, powering it to speeds of up to 15 MPH, and a Magura USD fork and Fox rear shock. The eBike Cross is built for the trail and features heavy-duty Magura MT Trail brakes, a 12-fold Shimano shifting syste, and a Crankbrothers Highline seat post. Porsche says they were made to complement the Cross Turismo, which has a rear carrier that can accommodate up to three bicycles.



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Delorean Alpha5

The DeLorean Motor Company has unveiled the spectacular Alpha5, an upcoming all-electric evolution of the vehicle made famous by the from Back to the Future trilogy. The new ride features sleek design penned by Italdesign, with smoother lines, but keeps the most iconic feature of the DMC-12, the gullwing doors. Powered by a 100+kWh battery, the Alpha5 can achieve a 0-60 time of 2.99 seconds, a top speed of 155 mph, and a driving range of over 300 miles. A V8 version...
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Flyer eBike

When you think of Radio Flyer, you probably picture the iconic red wagon or tricycles for toddlers. Well now the renown brand has introduced its first ever line for adults featuring electric bikes, scooters! The Flyer lineup for now features a beefy cargo bike ($1,999), a smaller e-bike ($1,699), and a scooter ($599). The two e-bikes, come with long-tail and mid-tail frames, five levels of pedal-assist, a throttle-only option, and a 500-watt motor that can reach spe...
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1952 Jaguar XK120 Roadster

The XK120 was unquestionably one of the finest sports cars of its day, it was known for its amazing handling and an engine that delivered record-breaking top speed. Up for grabs is this pristine example finished in Battleship Grey and with a gorgeous interior trimmed in red leather. With just over 79k miles shown on the odometer, the open two-seater is powered by a 160 horsepower 3.4L twin-cam inline-six engine that delivers power to the rear wheels via a four-speed...
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