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Skoda Vision GT. Former Czech brand Skoda has been doing well since it’s living under the wings of the VAG group. In fact, if you start counting heads, you’ll probably count more Skoda’s than VW’s on the road. So the image and the quality isn’t a problem. But when things are going well, and the same goes for when things are going worse, you always want to keep pushing. And Skoda does so with this Vision GT, a digital render based on the 1957 Skoda 1100 OHC. We see an an open single-seater with a very sleek body design and sharp edges. The obvious: this design study is one of the installments of Skoda’s ‘Icons get a Makeover’ series and isn’t going into production. 

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Zacoe – Ferrari SF90 Stradale. Zacoe is a brand that is recently starting to hit the exposure charts by releasing renders that look extremely good. Furthermore, some of their renders get an actual sequel in real life. And apparently that will also be the case for the Ferrari PHEV, the SV90. The carbon fiber kit includes 3-piece front lip, 2-piece side skirt and a pair of rear side blade finishing up the rear end to match the original Ferrari design language. We feel it, and we also believe that this Aftermarket package could stand the test of time.

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BMW Alpina XB7. Impressive driving dynamics, explosive performance, luxurious comfort, if you’re a famous rock band, this is everything you would expect from your tour bus. Though if you’re not in a band, and you don’t need all that space, maybe this BMW Alpina XB7 could be the right choice. Since Alpina has become part of BMW, it all sounds a bit less exclusive, but that’s definitely not the case. The hart of this beast is a V8 engine with bi-turbo charging generating 621 hp. The luxury 7-seater accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds, hits the 200 km/h mark in 14.8 seconds and can reach a top speed of 290 km/h. 

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Wald – Mercedes-Benz GLE. When you think black in the tuning world and you have been around for a few decades like we have, you quickly end-up with the Japanese brand Wald. This company has a soft spot for black cars, and with their exclusive design elements they must be doing something right. Wald has been around since 1990 and mainly focus on high-end cars. Their latest project is Mercedes-Benz GLE. For this car they provide their so called Wald Sports Line Black Bison Edition.

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