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Bmw E-scooter

The e-Scooter designed by BMW, stands out for its innovative design, it has no mirrors, and is equipped with two cameras by the rear lights that tell the rider about what goes on in the back, through information available on two LCD screens. The BMW e-scooter has a range of 60 miles and a performance equivalent to a convencional motor scooter of 400-500cc. The scooter can be charged in less than 3 hours through a conventional socket.

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The SkyRunner is aimed at those who seek the ultimate adrenaline experience. The all-terrain buggy features a lightweight construction allowing it to fly! Thanks to a turbo charged engine, propeller and paragliding wing, this part buggy, part light sports aircraft can take you on a one of a kind adrenaline-fuelled experience whether in the air or on the ground. It features a trusted Polaris ProStar 1000 engine that powers the ground system while a Rotax 914 UL light...
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Ferrari presented this marvel at the Paris International Motor Show 2010. The SA Aperta is a tribute to Sergio and Andrea Peninferina whose company celebrates itīs 80th anniversary and has worked with ferrari on some of there most famous cars. This model is a special series and only 80 wil lbe built. Unfortunally for those of you that want one...they have all been sold!...
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2014 BMW X5

Our biggest SUV crush this year has to be the new Range Rover Sport, but the newly released BMW X5 follows closely behind. It was expected to be revealed only in September, but the 2014 version of the BMW X5 appeared online before the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany. The new X5 is bigger, more powerful and lighter than the previous version, it is also equipped with the latest in hi-tech. The X5 will go into production this year and arrive at dealerships in early 201...
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