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Moto Guzzi V85

Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi are the latest brand to add a retro treatment to one of their bikes. Styled like enduros from the 80s, the new Moto Guzzi V85 has retro styling cues inspired by the historic Guzzis that took part in African rally raids. This uniquely designed adventure-tourer is said to deliver around 80 hp from its 850 cc v-twin engine housed in a bright-red frame that we´re told is inspired by traditional enduro bikes. The V85 also has a tall, off-road style front mudguard, twin headlights and a 1980s inspired paint scheme. It certainly looks the part.



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CERO ONE CARGO EBIKE | Image

CERO ONE CARGO EBIKE

Cero One is an electric bicycle that´s all about cargo capabilities, allowing you to carry almost anything without breaking a sweat. The compact, electric cargo bike helps you move around the city with your goods and haul everything from surfboards to kiddos, using a modular cargo rack system that has 12 different configurations. Packed with a powerful 504Wh battery, it can travel up to 93 miles on a single charge, whilst a 250W Shimano motor supports your...
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1990 RAMBO LAMBO

This is one of the RAREST Lamborghinis on Earth - dubbed the "Rambo Lambo"! The Lamborghini LM002 was the first four-wheel drive model manufactured by Lamborghini between 1986 and 1993 in just 301 units. This 1990 Rambo Lambo rugged-looking SUV is in pristine condition, it recently went through a 5-year mechanical and cosmetic restoration (more than $325,000 were spent), every single nut, bolt, and part is new, from the Diablo V12 Motor along with several cosmetic a...
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EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE | Image

EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE

Chinese drone maker Ehang are taking the game one step further, unveiling the Ehang184, a one-seater drone that can carry you around. The autonomous aerial vehicle employs four arms and eight propellers to transport a person (up to 220 lbs) at speeds reaching 62-miles-per-hour. The 500-lb quadcopter lets the user control navigation through an on-board app, where you can choose a destination, then simply sit back and relax as the drone takes over. watch the inspirati...
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