I always thought tornados were cool, until I saw them ripping parts of Alabama to shreds. Storm chaser Steve Green's armored Tornado Attack Vehicle — a car capable of being driven into a tornado without killing you is now up for auction on eBay.
Inspired by the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and by the stars of American Pickers, 62-year-old Mickey Nilsson built a car that's powered by Makers Mark bourbon. Is it still considered drinking and driving if the car is the one downing the alcohol?
We don't want to say this, but a Fisher Price tricycle has nothing on this jumbo-sized Green Machine motorcycle trike — nothing. Take a good look at those wheels — whoo boy!
This three wheeled electric vehicle concept is designed to provide a bridge between driving and walking in the city of the future, but isn't this ground already covered by other existing options?
The EX Vehicle is not your average vehicle or choice of transport. It's a kooky tricycle powered by two 18-volt screwdrivers. You read that correctly — and it looks like it'll kill your back.
Perry Watkins doesn't drive a car — he drives a dining room table — the world's fastest piece of furniture with real dishware and realistic looking foods laid out on its surface. Watkins can boast that his table can go at 130 miles per hour and shoot flames. Can you?
The Xscape is Shengjie Wang's vision of what a car will look like in 2030. With its Tron-like wheels and slim profile, we think the Xscape looks more like an updated version of a carriage instead.
Why does every futuristic vehicle seem to have three wheels? Why cut out the fourth wheel? Daniel Munnink's NEOS concept vehicle is part motorbike and part modular side car — and it packs a ton of safety padding.
As much as we'd like for everyone to be five-feet ten and taller, we have to come to grips with reality — there are a lot of short people walking around the globe. Volkswagen is messing around with the idea of miniaturizing its cars to possibly draw attention to building smaller cars for people who are short.
For decades futurists have promised us cars that can drive themselves, but so far that dream hasn't progressed much beyond The Jetsons. Now an Italian company is making real progress with a car that can't fly like George Jetson's, but which can certainly drive itself, and they plan to demonstrate the technology with a dramatic 8000 mile intercontinental trip.