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Husqvarna Vektorr Electric Scooter

The Vektorr Concept is the first electric scooter ever produced by Husqvarna Motorcycles and is aimed squarely at the urban commuter. Expected to begin production in 2022, the e-scooter is said to have a top speed of 45 kph (28 mph) and a range of up to 95 km (59 miles). There is also a single-sided drag link front suspension, single-sided swingarm, mono rear shock, swingarm-mounted motor ( with a transmission that sends power to the wheel, eliminating the need for a chain or belt drive), a round headlight equipped with an LED DRL ring, 12-inch alloy wheels, and a circular digital instrument display.



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MOKI DOORSTEP

Moki Doorstep is one of those products that will make you say "why didn´t i think of that?", a vehicle rooftop assistance doorstep that lets you access your car top roof racks with one easy step. Made from aircraft grade aluminum, the ingenious Mookie Doorstep makes getting your gear on or off your roof a breeze, simply hook it over the u-shaped door latch in each of your vehicle´s doors, and you are free to use the comfortable platform to easily strap ...
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MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER | Image

MOTORYACHT 717 GT | BY FRAUSCHER

The well tested sub - construction was developed carefully along the lines of the Gentlemen´s racers that so much inspired Frausher to realise this unique watercraft. The classic shaft propulsion together with the exceptional hull design allows for perfect manoeuvring at all times....
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PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT | Image

PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT

Peugeot’s new design team just released these images of a concept bicycle dubbed the B1K.  Sculpted as a race bike, it features a chainless drivetrain, carbon fiber construction and scant few details on the rest of the design....
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