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Volkswagen Electric Microbus

The microbus is back! Volkswagen is bringing back one of its most iconic vehicles, the 1960s Microbus, but now in electric form. After years of teasing and spy shots, the VW have announced the electric microbus will become a reality in 2022, the result will be a zero-emissions multifunctional vehicle that combines nostalgic design cues with innovative technology. The I.D. Buzz will be built with even more space for passengers than the original, will be capable of level 3 autonomous driving, and will have all-wheel drive as an option. Final power, range, and other specifications yet to be confirmed.



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RAZIK LIGHTWEIGHT BIKES

Razik is a bicycle company that specializes in high end road and mountain bikes, handmade in the United States using an exclusive and unique latticework of Isotruss tubing, a state of the art technology that is functional as it is eye catching. Each Razik Bicycle is painstakingly crafted and fitted by hand in-house at their headquarters in Lindon, Utah.  Each frame has been carefully engineered to optimize rider power transfer while reducing energy robbing road...
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RUSTED TERRA CRAWLER | BY RCH DESIGNS | Image

RUSTED TERRA CRAWLER | BY RCH DESIGNS

During the last couple of years we have featured some very cool custom vehicles, but this has to be up there with the most unusual! The Rusted Terra Crawler, has a name that says it all, the Jeep Cop4x4 is painted in an original Brown rust color and features unusual details like a cantilever suspension. This awesome conversion was built by RCH Designs in Huntington Beach, CA....
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HEAD-UP DISPLAY | BY GARMIN

The Garmin Head-up Display projects navigation information onto your windshield, allowing for a safer drive without taking your eyes off the road. The device pairs with your smartphone and projects information onto a reflective film on your windshield, it displays directions, speed, traffic, estimated time of arrival, the speed limit, traffic information and more. It also warns you of potential traffic delays and upcoming safety camera locations. Also available at a...
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