You know you want this hovercraft. Sure it's pricey, but it can traverse land and sea and glide through the air at 70 mph.
Skateboarders are generally fit people, which speaks to the effort needed to propel the vehicle. But what if there was a skateboard for us lazy wanna-be skaters that didn't require constant foot-powered locomotion? Well that day has finally arrived.
We're all still anxiously waiting for the day when floating cars arrive to fulfill all of our sci-fi fantasies and let us know, beyond any doubt, that we're living in the future. Well one new Volkswagen concept offers a humorous glimmer of hope.
In just a couple of hours NASA's space shuttle Enterprise will ride piggyback on a 747 across the New York skyline, a kind of last gasp for NASA's spacecraft program. Now commercial efforts like the new Boeing private space capsule hope to pick up the outer space slack.
This is the tank you want rumbling through your town. Built on the back of a 1970 Ford Falcon, the Book Tank houses some 900 books on its frame and travels through the streets of Argentina making these books available — for free — for all who care to take one.
The innovations coming out of China aren't always the most high-tech or even the most practical, but they are almost always born of amazing ingenuity. Such is the case with this new wind-powered car.
Building on its bubbly semi-autonomous two-seat EN-V concept vehicle, GM's storming right back with a successor. This time around, the EN-V 2.0 is a little more practical and definitely won't have any chances of tipping over.
The street cultures of BMX bike riders and hip-hop turntablism have been linked for years, but only now has one group married the two in a way that could actually create a brand new, music-infused sport.
Looking at cool concept designs for super yachts may be fun, but nothing beats the real thing. It took five years and $15 million dollars, but the ultimate seafaring vessel that looks like a spacecraft is finally here.
Pictures of flying cars and taxis of the future have blanketed the media this week thanks to the New York International Auto Show. As we bask in the shiny glow of these amazing machines, another photo has been making the rounds and it's worth a look. Behold the North Korean tractor simulator.