I don't know what the point of having a boat is if you can't drive it on land. I mean, there's just so much cool stuff to do on land, what with swimming pools and aquariums and water parks and such. All of these problems are now solved with with the Iguana: a boat with retractable tank treads.
Sixty miles an hour may be an easy speed to reach in a car, but if you're in a boat, sixty is damn fast, even if you have a very powerful motor pushing you along. Sailrocket can hit sixty no problem, and it doesn't have any motor at all, just a sail and the wind.
Now that we've all had weeks to get over Justin Bieber's glorious and all matte black Batmobile/Bat-illac/Bat-Caddy or whatever you want to call it, we've got a Mercedes Benz that would totally give it a run for its money as Batman's ride...if it wasn't just a concept car.
Updating its cute-meets-spacey Pivo concept car originally unveiled back in 2007, Nissan has decided to update the model with a decidedly more aggressive aesthetic.
This here is the Moto Undone, a very strange motorcycle that's essentially a big, mirrored rectangle. The idea is that it's supposed to look invisible, but really, it looks like a big, mirrored rectangle.
Your days of gunning it down the highway with only cop cars in speed traps to worry about are over. A company called Peak Gain System's new CORDON multi-target photo radar system is able to track and identify up to 32 different vehicles across four lanes at once, automatically recording speeders for later fining.
Whether or not you're a fan of his music, there is simply no way you can deny the power and glory of Justin Beiber's new custom Batmobile.
Most New Yorkers might be surprised to know that their subway cars were first stress tested and designed in a different world altogether, the train-obsessed culture of Japan. Now a new Japan-made tool seeks to up the ante on train technology.
The vision of future Earth as depicted in films, whether utopian or dystopian, almost always includes a solar air ship of some sort. Now one group of aerodynamics engineers have created what looks like a very real solution to make such a vehicle a reality.
The Big Wheel was a staple of my childhood. It was the coolest way to get around, keeping you nice and low to the ground while the titular big front wheel provided stability. If only I could get that feeling back, alongside a feeling of stupidity for wasting a whole lot of money!