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Honda Goldwing Kenzo

Designed and built in England by Death Machines of London, this incredible looking beast is a custom 1977 Honda Gold Wing GL1000 inspired by a Samurai generalís armor and named after Kenzo Tada, who was the first Asian to compete in the legendary Isle of Man TT in 1930. The impressive build was constructed using a myriad of modern and old-school construction techniques including CNC machining, 3D-printing, and using an English wheel and sowing machine. The unique ride is filled with tiny details that set it apart from all other bikes, from the instrumentation and the hand-crafted speedometer, to the entirely unique body and modern LED lighting. Death Machines of London have announced it will be available for $75,000 at some point in the near future.



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VELONIA VIKS

Estonian bicycle brand Velonia introduces the Viks, an urban commuter bike with a striking design and uniquely shaped frame. Thanks to its unique construction with two identical steel tubes that are joined together in the front of the bike, there is no need for a seat tube, and, not only does it look awesome, it weighs only 10 pounds! Until recently, the Viks was still in prototype phase, but the first cycle can now be ordered through their website. The stainless st...
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Nikola WAV Electric Watercraft

Arizona-based startup Nikola Motor Company have presented a spectacular electric jet ski with a waterproof 12-inch, 4K display in the dashboard. WAV is an innovative, all-electric personalized watercraft with sport bike-style ergonomics, it will feature an electric powertrain with zero environmental impact, angular LED headlights up front, a LED light bar in the rear, and will even have cruise control. Pricing has not been revealed for the WAV, but it is reportedly ...
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BRUBAKER BOX MINIVAN

German-based industrial designer Samir Sadikhov has reimagined the legendary design of Curt Brubaker, whom originally created a kit designed to fit on the chassis of a Volkswagen Beetle, converting them to Box Vans. Brubakerīs work also directly influenced the design of the Tesla Cybertruck. Sadikhov stays true to the metallic finish but adds wooden bumpers, and a slightly softer low-poly design that is more approachable and friendly. Sadikhov says: "in terms of des...
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