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Apple Electric Supercar

It's only a matter of time before Apple goes head-to-head with Tesla - if they don't acquire them first - and designer Alex Imnadze gives us a first look at what could be one of their potential supercar designs. Called the "Apple Eve," this electric supercar draws inspiration from the Jaguar C-X75, and while we don't know what's on the inside, rest assured that it will support CarPlay. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Fast Eddy Supercar

Aria Group, a company based in Irvine, California, have unveiled the "Fast Eddy". Named after Ed Taylor, VP of design at General Motors, and father of the Aria Group's co-founder Charles Taylor, this vehicle is essentially a re-bodied Chevrolet Corvette Z06. When they're not designing concept cars, they build the carbon fiber bodies for the Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Jaguar C-Xonca

Created by designers Minol Patrice and Maxence Texier, the Jaguar C-Xonca may lead many to forget that the current F-Type is the successor to the famed E-Type. Featuring sleek lines, a large single air intake located at the base of the bumper, slim LED headlights and a front clamshell with wide front wheel arches as well as quarter panels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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F80 Hypercar

Adriano Raeli, an Italian automotive designer, created the "F80" while studying in Pasadena, California. This hypercar pays homage to the futuristic aviation shapes, the human form, as well as the work of futurism-movement artists, including Umberto Boccioni. However, one thing's for sure, if it does have a 100% carbon-fiber monocoque, the vehicle should be just as light as the LaFerrari, while boasting far higher power numbers. That's right, it's reported to have a 1,200-horsepower hybrid-drivetrain, which pairs a twin-turbo V8 combustion engine (900 ps) with a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (300 ps). Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Nokia P1

Samsung, LG, Apple and even Google, will have some competition later this year, thanks to the Nokia P1. This flagship smartphone is expected to pack a 5.3-inch display, covered with Gorilla Glass 5, a Snapdragon 835 SoC CPU, 6GB of RAM, 256GB of ROM, and a 22.3-megapixel camera, all running Android Nougat. The rugged water-resistant, IP57-certified chassis draws power from a 3500mAh battery with support for quick charging, while a fingerprint reader will also be integrated. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Mono Racr

Created by motorcycle enthusiasts with engineering and industrial design backgrounds, the "Mono Racr" by Huge Moto is based around a 1,000cc Honda inline four-cylinder engine. The mainframe and swing arm are handcrafted from a single piece of carbon fiber, thus reducing the weight while improving performance. Rather than add unnecessary electronics, they spent most of their time designing a highly refined, curved form. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Galaxy S8

It's only a matter of time before both the iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 are revealed. We've seen plenty of iPhone 8 concepts, but this is the first S8 design that could become a reality. "If the leaked photos are any indication, the fingerprint sensor will get the right back to the camera. Which, in our opinion, may not be the perfect position. It is in fact very likely that one touches the camera sensor while unlocking the phone - not a lot is as annoying as fingerprints on the lens," according to Curved Labs. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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BMW Roadcarver


The BMW Street Carver was unlike any other skateboards at the time, as it boasted a unique suspension system derived from parts from a BMW 5 Series car. Its steering mechanism that gave it the ability to carve like a snowboard or surfboard. The Street Carver employed large, 110mm curved wheels, which were required because the axles roll in relation to the ground (i.e. change camber) as the board is turned (as opposed to traditional skateboarding axles, which remain parallel to the ground as the board is turned). Designer Rico Kersten unveils the Roadcarver, a four-wheeled motorcycle that was inspired by this unique skateboard. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of cold welding in atmosphere.

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Nissan E-Tech

We have seen the future of supercars, and it includes the Nissan E-Tech. On the outside, it sports sleek aerodynamic lines, LED lights, and hubless wheels. The interior is an entirely different story, complete with interactive displays, a touchscreen-equipped steering wheel, and body-hugging racing seats. Continue reading for more pictures.

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iPhone 8 Concept

We may be just months away from seeing the official iPhone 8, but this concept by I by Thadeu Brandao does get your imagination flowing. Looking very similar to the iPhone 7 from some angles, that is, until you look in front, where it sports a bezel-less OLED display, while the earpiece was relocated to the top of the phone. What's really striking is the Home button has been removed in favor of a MacBook Pro-like TouchBar. Continue reading for a video of another concept, and more information.

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