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She's Electric

The future of transport is electric, and no manufacturer has done more to advance the technology than electric car start-up Tesla.

Founded from the proceeds of Paypal, Elon Musk’s ludicrously ambitious venture has gone from producing a humble modified Lotus Elise in tiny numbers to become the largest manufacturer of li-ion batteries in the world, completely changing the automotive landscape in the process. 168 more words

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Daily News: Monday 10/16/17

Mercedes Electric Vehicle Efforts Consolidated Under One Brand: Mercedes EQ

Mercedes has taken advantage of the Frankfurt Auto Show in their backyard, and has recently debuted an entirely new sub-brand  459 more words

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Lamborghini LM 002 1990

1990 Lamborghini LM 002 is fitted with a front mounted 5167 cc Countach V12 engine. With 450 ps and 2600 kg, the performances were incredible for a SUV in the 80’s: 210 km/h of top speed (not helped with the square look of the 002) and 7.8 sec to 100 km/h. 96 more words

Classic Car

Cool Volante

When any person thinks of a car that is cool, most probably the first brand that would come to mind is Aston Martin. They have been around for a very long time, since 1913 to be exact, and are a stiff competition in motorsport and they have been part of pop culture thanks to that certain movie franchise we all know. 259 more words

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TVR Tuscan 2000 Electric

This 2000 TVR Tuscan drop it’s 3.6 litres 6 cylinders 350 ps engine to be modified as an Electric Car. It is required to fit the Tuscan with batteries of your choice. 120 more words

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BMW M1 1981

This 1981 BMW M1, chassis number 446 (of 453), is the german vision of a mid-engine supercar in the late 70’s. With 3453 cc, six seperate thottle bodies and four valves per cylinder the M88 engine is a piece of art. 64 more words

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Honda NSX - Picture Special

After over a decade out of the supercar game Honda’s new NSX supercar has just gone on sale, a near-600bhp hybrid-powered torque-vectoring computer with wheels. But that’s not the one we have here today. 423 more words

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