Recognizing that people just can't get enough of Siri, Mercedes-Benz is seizing the opportunity to integrate Apple's voice-controlled personal assistant into its A-Class cars. "Siri, find me a radio station that isn't playing Justin Bieber. Thanks!"
The community at Kickstarter has done it again, this time giving rise to something every urban cyclist has dreamed of: a truly theft-resistant, yet cool, bike light.
The designer of this concept says that he was inspired by a moving shark, but to us, it looks more like a flying sperm. Or maybe a stingray. Heck, let's just call it a spermray.
What's laughable today was considered a technological marvel back in the day. Look at this "Dynasphere" wheel from the 1930s. It looks like a silly giant hamster wheel, but it was actually dubbed "a remarkable invention in 'spherical locomotion'" that would "revolutionize modern transport." Crazy, right?
Jay Dyer modified the sidecar of his 1961 Lambretta scooter to look exactly like a classic Volkswagen camper. Now he and his 11-year-old son Kaine can motor around England in style. You know you're jealous.
Some of the best futuristic depictions of cars include not only self-driving vehicles, but cars with unique takes on simple functions. Such is the case with the Disappearing Car Door.
I'll bet you never knew that the gaping hole in your life was exactly the size of one of these conceptual personal blimpjets, did you? 'Cause it is. I know, you've tried to cram flying cars and driveable planes in there to no avail, but by 2031, the blimpjet will be here to make everything complete.
Pascal Prokop installed a wood-burning stove in his 1990 Volvo 240 station wagon. Why, you ask? Well, we aren't sure, but he did get an operating permit from the Swiss technical inspection authority.
Whenever a company names its product with an "X" we generally expect something really cool and groundbreaking. In the case of the just unveiled Tesla Model X, that's exactly what we got, but it might be hard to notice upon first glance.
The animated film WALL-E showed us a disturbing future in which lazy humans get around via tiny personal hovercrafts, but in reality some disabled people could actually use such a device. The very real Chariot just might be that device.