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M1 Electric Skateboard

The M1 Electric Skateboard is a recent add on to the electrified vehicles hot segment, what separates it from its most direct competitors is the fact that its design is really sleek, it doesn’t look like a bulky electric skateboard, it’s thin and elegant, the electric engines are directly located on the wheels and it features a special swappable battery, so no more worries about recharging it, just fit in a fully charged one and you’re good to go. Also featuring LED lights, on the front and back, so you can see and be seen when the night comes. In a few words, an electric board that feels and rides like a normal one, with enough juice to keep you going from 7 to 10 miles and that you can ride safely and in style even in at night time. watch the video below



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2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition | Image

2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition

The Toyota 4Runner is a "go-anywhere SUV" that has been at the helm of the company´s catalog since 1984. Now Toyota has announced an all-new off-road-oriented version named the "Venture Edition." The iconic SUV gets a handful of high-end upgrades such as a Yakima Megawarrior roof rack with crossbars, a four-link rear axle and coil-spring suspension to complement the part-time 4WD system and 2-speed transfer case, 17" gunmetal TRD wheels, and black accen...
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VOLVO P1800 CYAN | Image

VOLVO P1800 CYAN

Cyan Racing has revealed the gorgeous Volvo P1800 Cyan, an interpretation of the iconic Volvo sports car from the sixties. The modern high-performance interpretation of the classic coupe started as a 1964 P1800 and was fitted with a direct-injected, 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that delivers 420 horsepower at 7,000 rpm and 355 pound-feet of torque at 6,000 rpm, paired to a bespoke dog-leg five-speed manual transmission from Holinger. The impressive re...
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JEEP MIGHTY FC

The Jeep Might FC is an impressive beast of a vehicle, the retro rock crawler defies any preconceived notions you may have regarding scale and balance. It is based on the Jeep Forward Control built 50 years ago, and most of the truck is a two-door 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Unfortunately the Mighty FC is still in concept stage, but we are sure many like us will beg Jeep to turn this into something you can actually buy. Also check out the awesome Legacy Powe...
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