Confederate X132 Hellcat Road Bike

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Confederate X132 Hellcat Road Bike

Confederate X132 Hellcat is named after the legendary F6F Hellcat fighter plane of WWII. Featuring innovative engineering and avant-garde design, the third generation Confederate X132 Hellcat was constructed from billet aluminum case that is machined from two blocks of billet 6061 aircraft grade aluminum. Read more

A2B Excel Electric Scooter

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A2B Excel Electric Scooter

“A New Age of Scooting,” A2B Excel is an electric scooter that is light and easy to maneuver. This lightweight electric scooter weighs 45kg and features Intelligent Dual Electric Power (iDEP) which creates a new kind of freedom for electric vehicles by enabling you to take the battery with you when you park. Read more

The StroM Bouqetin Quadricycle Concept

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The StroM Bouqetin Quadricycle Concept

The StroM Bouqetin is a quadricycle concept designed by Martin Strohmeier. This rear-wheel drive, single-rider cycle has been created to provide a solution for serious trail riding and touring using a Quadricycle. It features full independent suspension, dual shock rifles, a variable ball-gear drive, four disc brakes as well as a lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber body.

Classic Ferrari 250 GTO sells for Record £20.2 Million
This ultra-rare classic Ferrari 250 GTO has sold at auction for £20.2m, making it the second most expensive car ever sold in the world (first place belongs to a Bugatti Type 57SC which sold for between £20m and £26m in 2010) and the also most expensive car ever sold in the UK.

This classic sports car is the world’s most sought-after car with just 39 built between 1962 and 1964, of which two now belong to Chris Evans and Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason. It is powered by a 300hp 3.0-litre V12 engine which is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and curb weight, capable of 0-60mph in 6.1 seconds before reach a top speed of 174mph, impressive for a car launched back in the 1960s.

This 1963 model – chassis number 5095 – Ferrari 250 GTO has an impressive racing history, finishing second place in the 1963 Tour de France road race, driven by Lucien Bianchi and Carlo Maria Abate, and won the Les Andelys hillclimb, the Rallye du Limousin and the Rallye de Picardie in 1964.

This classic Ferrari 250 GTO was reportedly sold by British businessman Jon Hunt, the same man who bought it in 2008 for a then world record £15.7million. And four years after the purchase, He already has an extra £4.5 million in profit to his name. The identity of the buyer remains secret.

2012 Morgan Aero Coupe

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2012 Morgan Aero Coupe

The British automaker Morgan Motor Company will be bringing its Aero Coupe, Roadster and Plus 8 models at the upcoming 2012 Geneva Auto Show.

The Morgan Aero Coupe (pictured) is an advanced supercar designed for practical long distance touring and takes cues from the Morgan GT3 Aero racecar. This vehicle is constructed entirely from aluminium. It has completely aluminum chassis and is hand-assembled in Malvern Hills by Morgan’s highly skilled craftsmen.

The Morgan Aero Coupe is powered by a 4.8-liter BMW V8 engine with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. It can operate in two modes: Sport and Auto to deliver the 320bhp output to the rear wheels and 370 pound-feet of torque with an added sports exhaust, which allows for a 4.5-second 0-62-mph time and a top speed of 170 mph.

Its retro-looks cabin has modern features and excellent craftsmanship. The cockpit and doors of the Aero Coupe are surrounded by Ash hardwood, which can be hand polished in a colour of your choosing. The leather work is stitched with twin needles and combined with suede effect panels for contrast and a dynamic sporty feel.

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