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Electric buggy gets bomb disposal experts and their gear to the job

Electric power has been used to run everything from boats to rollerblades, along with cars and motorbikes, but Torq's latest battery-powered vehicle could be the most useful of them all. The light tactical electric vehicle has room for a fully-suited bomb-disposal expert inside, along with all the equipment needed to get the job done... Continue Reading Electric buggy gets bomb disposal ex
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