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Onewheel GT

Onewheel, the self-balancing one-wheeled electric skateboard has just gotten more power and more range to create the most advanced riding experience yet. The all-new Onewheel GT has higher voltage for more power, significantly more torque, can do up to 32mi/52km on a single charge, and reach a top speed of 20mph. The riding experience has also been vastly improved, it now features concave footpads, grippier grip tape, and a custom tire profile that combine for even deeper carving and more boardfeel. You can now also choose a treaded tire as an option to enjoy maximum traction in off-road riding environments. And, if you feel like doing some night riding, simply turn on the integrated LED headlights, and you will be ready to roll. watch the video below

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Neuron EV T.ONE Modular Utility Vehicle

The race to launch the first all-electric American truck heats up, after Rivian introduced their R1T Electric Truck, Atlis Motor Vehicles introduced the Atlis XT, and Tesla introduced their crazy Cybertruck, another company has entered the fray. Los Angeles-based vehicle startup Neuron EV has presented the awesome T.One an "all-in-one multipurpose vehicle". The modular electric vehicle can be setup with a standard pickup truck bed, goose-neck flatbed, SUV, and dump ...
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Startech is the number one choice around the globe for demanding Range Rover, Land Rover and Jaguar owners whom want to transform their car into a dream vehicle. Their product range offers a variety of possibilities for developing exclusive special editions, such as color accents that can be combined with sporty and elegantly styled Startech bodywork components, tailor-made wheels, exclusive interiors with fine leather and alcantara upholstery in any desired color, ...
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BMW Garmisch

BMW have brought to life a long-lost concept by Marcello Gandini, one of the grandmasters of car design. He was responsible for legendary cars like the Lamborghini Miura and Countach, or the Lancia Stratos. Presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970, the gorgeous Garmisch was never seen again, until now. The painstakingly created reproduction was built under the stewardship of BMW Group design head Adrian van Hooydonk, it features a clean side profile that is not un...
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