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  • It saves weight with an alloy receiver, a 24-inch barrel with a carbon-fiber rib, and a shortened magazine tube and forearm.

    Benelli Ultra Light

  • The body structure and panels are made of carbon-fiber and the powertrain is the same adopted on the Gallardo.

    Lamborghini Insecta Concept

  • Though the company has shown only prototype sketches so far, a much lighter carbon-fiber reinforced passenger compartment will help offset the additional weight of the cars' electric batteries.

    BMW Unveils 'i' Sub-Brand

  • It aims to be the first of a range of carbon-fiber, high performance sports cars produced at a new £40 million €45.5 million factory linked by tunnel to McLaren's Sir Norman Foster -designed glass-fronted structure in Surrey.

    The Evolution of the Supercar

  • As for high-powered modern guns and pricey carbon-fiber bows?

    Armed With Stone-Tipped Arrows, Hunters Stalk Their Inner Cave Men

  • His Los Angeles company, Singer Vehicle Design, takes the body of a Porsche car built before 1994, strips it down, then rebuilds it with carbon-fiber body parts, modern suspension and brakes, and an air-cooled engine supplied by Cosworth LLC, best known as a maker of Formula One race car motors.

    Dream Cars You Coveted in High School, but Brand New

  • But they didn't have the array of advanced artificial limbs available today: bionic feet fueled by lithium batteries, mechanical legs with microprocessors that anticipate movement and curved carbon-fiber prosthetics that allow high-performance running.

    Some soldiers prefer amputations rather than damaged limbs, now that prosthetics are so good

  • But they didn't have the array of advanced artificial limbs available today: bionic feet fueled by lithium batteries, mechanical legs with microprocessors that anticipate movement and curved carbon-fiber prosthetics that allow high-performance running.

    Some soldiers prefer amputations rather than damaged limbs, now that prosthetics are so good

  • The company takes the body of a Porsche car built before 1994, strips it down, then rebuilds it with carbon-fiber body parts, modern suspension and brakes, and an air-cooled engine to replicate the original.

    Classic Cars Beget Dream Replicas

  • Central to this is a resin-molded carbon-fiber chassis which, sitting at the start of the assembly line, looks a little like a bath tub.

    The Evolution of the Supercar

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