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These insane 50 mph electric mountain bikes can handle any type of terrain

With a lightweight design, built-in shock absorbers, 5,200 watts of peak power, and a top speed of 50 miles per hour; Stealth Electric bikes effectively blur the line between mountain bike and electric motorcycle.

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The Tesla Model X will cost over $100K, and yes, it will offer ‘Ludicrous’ mode

On September 1, Tesla opened an online design studio for those who have already reserved the Signature Series version of the Model X SUV. As a result, we have a slew of new information to share about the highly-anticipated electric car.


TVR’s first new sports car in a decade may already be sold out

TVR claims orders for the first year of production of its new sports car are already filled. The 250 reservation slots were gobbled up in two months, the company says. Now all it needs to do is actually build the thing.


Land Rover highlights more transparent tech, adds see-through trailer function

Land Rover adds to its camera-operated safety technology with the new transparent trailer. Surround-view cameras are combined with a remote digital camera to project a transparent image in the car's rearview mirror.


Jeep’s Wrangler-based pickup could rumble into showrooms as soon as 2017

Jeep's future product plans have revealed that a Wrangler-based pickup truck is in development and will launch in 2017 or 2018. The new model will borrow aluminum body panels from the next-generation Wrangler.


Lamborghini honors its founder’s birth with a new halo hypercar: the Centenario LP 770-4

Lamborghini will reportedly call its new hypercar the Centenario LP 770-4 to honor the centennial anniversary of its founder's birth in 1916. As its name suggests, the Centenario LP 770-4 will develop 770 horsepower.


Next Chrysler Town & Country to get foot-activated rear doors, lots of USB ports

The next Chrysler Town & Country will have new tech features like foot-activated rear doors, and more fuel-efficient powertrains, a new report says. Will that get consumers' attention?