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Honda Motocompacto

Honda is reviving the iconic Motocompo (a folding scooter sold by Honda in the 80s) with an all-new electric e-scooter, the Motocompacto. This compact electric scooter boasts a folding design that is easy to store in tight spaces. When unfolded, it becomes a powerful urban mobility solution with a range of up to 12 miles on a single charge and a top speed of 15 mph. Charging takes only 3.5 hours, and it weighs 41.3 lbs with a weight capacity of 265 lbs. Its square-shaped design may remind you of a carry-on suitcase, and with a peak output of 490 watts, it is designed for the urban commuters needs. You can connect it to a smartphone app via Bluetooth for additional customization options. The Motocompacto will be available for purchase this November through Honda and Acura dealerships for $995, offering a blend of nostalgia and modern electric mobility for urban riders. watch the video below.

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Icon 1962 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Icon 4x4 is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks, their builds are so popular there is a 2-year waiting list for their bespoke masterpieces. This unique and spectacular listing by Collecting Cars is an opportunity to jump the cue and get your hands on this magnificent old school Land Cruiser, hand built by Icon in Los Angeles. The beauty has an exterior refinished in Rocky Mountain Grey with a black removable soft top, and a custom leather b...
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Busypeople KTM Scrambler

Over the years the KTM 390 Duke has become a popular platform for customization, and this latest build belongs to Akash Das from BusyPeople, a graphic designer based in Mumbai, India. Das saw potential in the 390 for a modern scrambler, and he started off by re-drawing the subframe  creating one that is much flatter and shorter. He also designed many of the custom parts using 3D software, then 3D printed prototype parts, before having the final pieces machined ...
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