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FLYPMODE - Next Gen Humvee Prototype
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FLYPMODE - Next Gen Humvee Prototype
This video shows a time-lapsed construction of the FLYPMODE, a candidate for DARPA's X2CV competition. This radical design was developed by the company Local Motors in conjunction with DARPA.


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Posted by nova on June 27, 2011
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