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Voltitude Electric Scooter

The Swiss company Voltitude developed a prototype for an electric bicycle that can be carried any, including inside an elevator. It features a hydraulic disc brake, rear wheel drive, anti-theft lock, recycled aluminum wheels, front and rear lighting, all powered by a motor charged by an electric lithium polymer 9,5 amps battery. With this little beauty you can run 20 to 40 miles at a speed of 25 km / h.



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OVERFINCH HERITAGE DEFENDER

Overfinch have been modifying Land RoverĀ“s since 1975, but their latest creation is just out of this world. Based on a 1992 Classic 110 V8 Soft Top, this mighty restomod offers the ruggedness of the original machine, mixed with all the amenities of a modern-day vehicle. It is powered by a beastly GM LT1 6.2-liter V8 engine with 471 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque that is matted to an 8-speed automatic transmission, 6-piston front and 4-piston rear brakes, and a ...
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Jeep E-Bike

Meet the first Jeep on two wheels, the perfect companion for your offroad adventures. The all-new Jeep e-Bike is powered by QuietKat and is equipped with a 750w BAFANG M620 electric motor that generates an impressive 160nm of torque ( 3 times as powerful as most commuter e-bikes on the market). There is also a 1.5 kWh battery that will give you up to 40 miles of range, with enough power to overcome nearly any obstacle you will come across. The new e-fatbike...
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1971 LAND ROVER DEFENDER

1971 Land Rover Defender in this luscious poppy red finish paint job was a fab rebuild by Classic Car Studio, a St. Louis, Missouri based workshop. This iconic British off-roader is powered by a 2.25L engine that has been totally overhauled and rebuilt practically from scratch, so it is better than when it was new because the criteria now followed was more demanding than it was at the time it was originally built. The electrical wiring is also to...
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