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The Pal-V One helicopter motorcycle is essentially a two-seat hybrid car and gyrocopter that just went on sale today. At $395,999, it's both road and air legal, capable of reaching speeds of up to 112mph and goes from 0 to 60 in under 8 seconds when driven on the road. Continue reading for a video, more information and the product page.

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Most people wouldn't like twice at a dirty car window, but in the hands of artist Scott Wade, they become works of art. He lives near a dirt road in Texas that's notorious for covering cars in white dust. Fortunately, any of these vehicles that his fingers touch end up with portraits like the one you see above. Continue reading for more masterpieces that are definitely work another look.

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We have seen the future of off-road electric vehicles, and it's the Nimbus e-Car. In addition to being battery powered, this vehicle sports solar photovoltaic cells on the roof that generate additional power (A/C, etc.), while a regenerative brake conserves as much as possible. It features a carbon fiber body, along with titanium and aluminum accents for weight savings. Inside, you'll find Wi-Fi via 4G LTE modem, USB ports, power outlets, and even a 7-inch tablet in the center console that displays technical info, similar to what you see in the Tesla Model S. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a mind-bending ring illusion.

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You read that right, a private seller just got rid of their street legal (in some states) Batman Tumbler for a cool $1-million in cash. Featuring custom cut windows, seating for two, five driver assist cameras, a double den stereo with blue tooth, CD/DVD, and iPod integration for all of your entertainment needs. That's not all, it also sports GPS Navigation worldwide as well as a custom interior. Continue reading for a video.

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At first glance, or at least from the picture, this looks like a Lamborghini, but upon closer inspection, you'll notice something is off. That's because it's actually a highly modified Nissan 300ZX coupe with 70,000 km on the odometer. Unfortunately, you won't find a beastly 720hp V12 engine underneath, but rather a 3.0L V6 Twin Turbo DOHC petrol engine. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Unlike other hybrids, the Peugeot 2008 Hybrid Air has both a conventional petrol engine as well as a hydraulic air motor and pump that are linked together. When it's moving, air is pumped directly into a cylinder, similar to a balloon being inflated, using excess energy from the petrol engine, plus energy from the wheels and heat from the brakes. Next, the air is released to drive the hydraulic motor, enabling it to run on air, petrol, or a combination of the two. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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After purchasing a brand new white Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG for $710,000 USD, an Argentinean man waited patiently for the vehicle to be delivered, but unfortunately something you'd never expect happened while it was being transported. Put simply, three containers - one containing the supercar - fell off from the cargo ship it was on and directly into the waters of Rio de la Plata near Port of Ensenada in Buenos Aires. Continue reading to see the damage that ensued.

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Zac Mihajlovic, a 29-year-old Batman fanatic from Sydney, Australia, spent approximately 2-years building a Batmobile in his backyard. This 6.2-meter replica Batmobile is modeled after the one used by Batman in the 1989 movie. It's currently the only one in the world with full street registration. The project began in 2009 when Mr Mihajlovic started buying a few spare parts from the actual Batmobile used in the movie and put them away. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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It may have taken over 100-years, but Harley-Davidson has finally unveiled their very own full-electric motorcycle, called the Livewire. Sleek and stylish, it features a blacked out paint job, complete with contrasting red hits found throughout the body, including the fuel tank, and blacked out rims. Continue reading for a video.

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Tumbler replicas are nothing new, but this one from China was built from scratch. That's right, it's a custom build and is powered by a V8 engine that's sure to churn out plenty of power. For those wondering why the windows are covered, they were masked off during the painting process to prevent overspray. Continue reading for more pictures.

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