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Urwahn Platzhirsch E-Bike

Urwahn Bikes have introduced an electrified version of their award-winning creation, the Stadfuchs commuter model. The new Platzhirsch (German for "top dog") is a 3D-printed e-bike with integrated smart lighting and fully integrated cables. The sleek bike maintains the same distinctive design and ergonomic construction as the popular Stadfuchs model, at the back you get a curvy frame that acts as a way of dispersing strains and shocks on the rear wheel but also contributes in giving it its distinct look. The unique frame is made out of "organic steel" that is joined together via 3D-printed steel connectors, and hides electrical components including the 250-Wh battery. Pedalling power is augmented by a 250-watt Mahle ebikemotion rear hub motor with 40 Nm of torque and capable of delivering a top speed of 16 mph (25 kmh). The range is up to 80km, but you can also add a range extender to boost this by around 60km. Other notable features include integrated LED lighting system, with the front light built into the handlebars and the rear integrated into the seatpost, internal cable routing, Shimano BR-UR300 hydraulic disc brakes, a Gates Carbon belt drive, and integrated mounting points for fenders and racks. watch the video below

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Zarooq SandRacer 500GT

Dubai Supercar manufacturer Zarooq Motors, have unveiled their first production model, the impressive Sandracer 500GT, a racing car specifically designed for the desert, yet it is street legal. The beastly dune jumper is powered by an impressive 6.2-liter V8 engine, tuned to deliver a mind-blowing 525 hp and 487 lb-ft of torque. The rear-wheel drive monster also comes equipped with a racing-grade five-speed sequential gearbox, a digital dash, Mansory carbon fiber se...
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1975 M151A2 Wolverine | Image

1975 M151A2 Wolverine

If you are looking for a little off-roader for some fun this summer, look no further. This unique M151A2 aka MUTT from 1975 was built to U.S. Military specifications and is powered by a 4-cylinder inline, 4-stroke engine, with 71 HP and weighs only 2,500 pounds. Dubbed the "Wolverine", the tiny truck was engineered with a full roll cage, high backed Baja seats, 5 point racing harnesses, and a fording kit that allows it to drive through water as deep as 60 inches. Th...
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Flying-car developer Terrafugia have presented the science fiction-esque TF-X, the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future. The spectacular flying plug-in hybrid will be able to take off and land vertically, carry four people in car-like comfort, cruise at speeds of up to 200 mph, and have a non-stop flight range of at least 500 miles. Terrafugia predicts it will take the average driver about five hours to learn how to fly a TF-X, youŽl...
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