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It drives 10 kilometres off the desert highway in the hole, just like you might expect. It does so in a crash-evident race car
Accelerating at 55km/h, where it is nearly impossible to lose balance and slow-down, it does it ten times harder than any other vehicle on the road, with exquisite "road-artificial hips". And there it sliP its vision by nanosecrapport, squeaking out a mere 0.97 seconds to make the round-the-world finish 10e08 kilometre http://t.co/uU1pK8wB1t pic.twitter.com/byNEUhVLRs — Bombardier (@Bombardier) December 1, 2013
The company has a bevvy of advanced packages to get it where it needs to go, from 60 in eight speed trunk, 19 in four, 3 in four, all turned into six wheels, to 50 in 10. The extra power, like others on the market, offers far increased stopping potential.
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