Honda Oree - A prototype electric motorcycle the minimalist design is fashioned around an electric motor, with radial battery packs placed around the circular edge of the power plant – including the recharge plug. Citing the performance benefits of an electric motor, including high torque at low revs and quick acceleration. There is no CVT gearbox or clutch. Instead power is transmitted directly via belt drive. The ambitious design anticipates a motor producing 90-plus horsepower, 125 lb-ft of torque and top speed near 120 mph. Weight would be in the range of 290-375 lbs with a range of between 80-190 miles, depending on the number of batteries used.
The hybrid Jaguar F-Type. The 0-to-60-mph time is below five seconds and a top speed is over 180 mph. The F-Type, has an all-aluminum monocoque made in the U.K., and a power train similar to the C-X16 which is a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine and 94-hp electric motor.
Bell & Ross BR03 Instrument Type Aviation Watch - The case of this watch is composed of a PVD coated stainless steel material attached to a black fabric strap. This timepiece also includes a black dial but unlike the other Bell & Ross Instrument watches, this timepiece is equipped with digital screens that display numbers of functions including a chronograph, calendar, minute repeater, countdown timer, second time zone, and alarm. This watch also includes analogue function for the time indicator presented through the luminescent coated skeleton hands and hour markers.
Boerboel - The South African Boerboel is now a recognised "pure breed". Research has revealed that the ancestry of the Boerboel can be traced as far back as the time of Herodotus, Assyria and Babylon. In Assyria the dogs were used as soldiers covered with reinforced material to protect them when Ashurbanipal conquered Egypt. Later, Alexander the Great was responsible for taking them to Europe. In 326 BCE Alexander received a present of 156 of these large dogs that had been specially trained to fight lions and elephants. Through the ages these dogs have developed into two definite strains, the mastiff which was mainly used for protection and as soldiers, and the hound which was used for hunting purposes. Both of these strains of dogs were large and strong typical working dogs, with only slight differences in appearance and build.