Want more proof that cars from the wee old days are just as impressive as the new sleek curvy wheels churned out by today's best concept artists? Meet Pontiac's transparent car from 1939. It's old, it's sexy and it's only been driven for a total of 86 miles in the last 72 years.
A vacation just isn't a vacation unless you're able to drive around in your own personal submarine. Luckily, the MSV Explorer is just that, if you can afford it.
Normally, a remote-controlled car wouldn't have a chance to beat a real car in a race. But this ain't your normal remote-controlled car. No, this is the Schumacher Mi3, the fastest R/C car in the world. Its top speed? A whopping 161.76MPH.
What goes 173 mph at 10,000 feet that you ride like a motorcycle? It's either a Star Wars speeder bike, which doesn't exist, or this hoverbike invented by some Australian dude, which actually does. And you don't even need a pilot's license to fly it.
You think you're a fan of Jurassic Park? You ain't no fan like the guy who made a custom Jurassic Park Jeep is a fan.
Now that summer is here it's time to discover innovative ways to cool down. Thus this amphibious ice cream truck seems like the best place to start.
Most folks love their German luxury cars fast, powerful, sleek and outfitted with only the finest Italian leather seats inside of their cars. This person loves cow skin so much, he decided to pimp the inside and outside of his BMW entirely with it.
The long and fruitful task of turning nearly every amazing anime dream into reality is moving along nicely with the just finished debut of the Robotech Cyclone motorcycle.
In Russia, sometimes you need to go off-road. Sometimes you need to go on-water. And sometimes, you need to run over people without squishing them flat. The Trecol 39295 is one monstrous vehicle that can do all of these things.
There are currently two problems with driving a car in a city: 1) all those cars generate a load of pollution and 2) it's hard to fit lots of cars on a street during rush hour. The Vieria concept car designed by Gunwoong Kim and Suji Kim for the Michelin Challenge Design competition solves both those issues with its front pollution-sucking intake and shiftable scissor-like wheel and axle system. After ingesting all that dirty air, the all-electric Vieria even goes one further — it emits clean air out of its rear outtake, similar to the YeZ concept car. How's that for eco-friendly?