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Tesla , Toyota and VW Crash in Denmark

October27

A three-way crash between a Tesla Roadtser, Toyota Prius and a VW Touareg didn’t leave a pretty scene behind, but it appears that at least the Tesla driver walked away with only minor bruises. We don’t know what happened to the occupants of the other vehicles.

According to Autopia, it seems that the Roadster was allegedly stopped when the Prius hit it from behind – going about 50 mph – and pushed the Tesla under the SUV (note the piece of the EV in the VW’s rear end).

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Sea-Doo GTX Limited iS 255

August19

The GTX Limited iS 255, equipped with iControl, the world most advanced watercraft system, interactive gauges, a high performance Variable Trim System, 3-up riding and touring seat, will turn countless heads. Of course, with an authoritative 255 hp Rotax 4-TEC engine under the dashing exterior, this PWC will be nothing but a blur anyway.

Speed tie: Retractable mooring line Seating: 3 persons

The legendary Rotax 4-TEC engine
255 hp supercharged, intercooled Rotax 4-TEC engine (CARB 3-Star certified).

Intelligent Suspension (iS)
The world’s first full suspension for a watercraft offers more comfort and control, so you can ride longer, even in rough water.

Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR)
The world’s first braking system for a watercraft. Lets riders stop with enhanced control.

Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC)
The most advanced throttle control for a watercraft, iTC features the world’s first “neutral” making for easier dockside starts and stress-free maneuverability, even in tight areas.

Price: €11,000

Intelligent Brake & Reverse (iBR)
Intelligent Suspension (iS) Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC)
S3 hull
Touring seat
Speed tie: Retractable mooring line Seating: 3 persons

The legendary Rotax 4-TEC engine
255 hp supercharged, intercooled Rotax 4-TEC engine (CARB 3-Star certified).

Intelligent Suspension (iS)
The world’s first full suspension for a watercraft offers more comfort and control, so you can ride longer, even in rough water.

Intelligent Brake and Reverse (iBR)
The world’s first braking system for a watercraft. Lets riders stop with enhanced control.

Intelligent Throttle Control (iTC)
The most advanced throttle control for a watercraft, iTC features the world’s first “neutral” making for easier dockside starts and stress-free maneuverability, even in tight areas.

Price: €11,000

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Lamborghini X Concept

July29

Emil Baddal, a talented artist from Iran, was not satisfied with the look of the Lamborghini Reventon, so he decided to design one himself. Enjoy!

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Aston Martin One-77 (2009)

April28

A new £1.2 million Aston Martin is defying the financial crisis, with the British manufacturer already over-subscribed with orders for the super-car.

This is Aston Martin’s new One-77, an ultra-exclusive £1.2m supercar-cum-work-of-art. A maximum 77 of these bespoke creations will be produced, hence the name, each one underpinned by an all-new carbonfibre chassis that supports a 7.0-litre V12 and handcrafted aluminium bodywork. One-77 is merely the project’s working title – the fastest, most exclusive Aston supercar ever will have a snappier name by 2009, when deliveries begin.

Hang on, £1.2m for this Aston Martin One-77?

Well, £1m plus local taxes. That means any UK customer wanting a One-77 will have to cough up £300k more than it costs to own a Bugatti Veyron. The Aston Martin One-77 should be worth it though. Aston promises the car will be totally bespoke, and speaks of having its discerning clientele involved in every stage of their car’s development.

That means talk of interior trim and paint colours is pretty banal. About the only thing fixed will be the mechanics of the One-77. See the rear three-quarter light in the C-pillar? Looks like there’s space for two small seats? Well that’s your choice – you could have some extra luggage space instead, or a mix of the two.

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Peel 50, Smallest of The Small

February11

You can find it in London. Established in 1964. Weight – 59 kg.


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