Boris Paulovič

Boris Paulovič

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When a dream car meets a dream road. Photo by Kunal Kelkar (www.theautofocus.com) for #MBphotopass via @mercedesbenzusa

The second generation of the mid-range SUV goes by the name of the GLC and represents a big step forward on several fronts.

BMW F80 M3 duo blue teal

BMW F80 M3 duo blue teal

Aesthetics happen... Owner: @dubsesd #bmw #m3 #bmwm3 #mperformance #MPower #f80 #f80 #m3 #bmwmpower #bmwgram #bmwmgram #bmwrepost #bimmerpost #bmw_m_nation #bmwm #superstreet #beemer #bimmer #bmwlove #bmwlife #bmwlifestyle #bmwmpower #bmwworld #streetsofgermany

Aesthetics happen... Owner: @dubsesd #bmw #m3 #bmwm3 #mperformance #MPower #f80 #f80 #m3 #bmwmpower #bmwgram #bmwmgram #bmwrepost #bimmerpost #bmw_m_nation #bmwm #superstreet #beemer #bimmer #bmwlove #bmwlife #bmwlifestyle #bmwmpower #bmwworld #streetsofgermany

BMW " M3 Coupe_Concept on Behance

The BMW electric hybrid engine can accelerate from 0 - 100 km/h mph) in just seconds and has a top speed of 250 km/h mph).

BMW M3 www.asautoparts.com

The BMW electric hybrid engine can accelerate from 0 - 100 km/h mph) in just seconds and has a top speed of 250 km/h mph).

The Saarloos Wolfhound was developed by Leendert Saarloos in the Netherlands in the 1920s in an attempt to improve the trainability of the German Shepherd by introducing genetics of the Canadian timber wolf.  Perhaps unsurprisingly, the introduction of wild wolf blood did not improve trainability, but the breed was officially recognized in 1975.  It is still rare.  The Saarloos retains a wolf-like shyness & is not recommended around children nor frequent strangers.  It handles cold well.

The Saarloos Wolfhound was developed by Leendert Saarloos in the Netherlands in the 1920s in an attempt to improve the trainability of the German Shepherd by introducing genetics of the Canadian timber wolf. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the introduction of wild wolf blood did not improve trainability, but the breed was officially recognized in 1975. It is still rare. The Saarloos retains a wolf-like shyness & is not recommended around children nor frequent strangers. It handles cold well.