Well, I've certainly never seen a vehicle like this before. It's DARPA's DiscRotor, a weird combo of helicopter and airplane that has the ability to hide its rotors in a spinning disc.
Sure, Doc Brown said that "where we're going, we don't need roads," but he meant because cars can fly in the future, right? Not because he was planning on outfitting his time machine with monster truck wheels, allowing it to do some serious off roading?
Minivans aren't the most exciting vehicles to drive around. But the Ninja Turtles' van? Now that's how you get around in style. So when 23-year-old Brittney Schneck came into possession of a '94 Dodge Caravan, she decided to upgrade it to something a bit more gnarly.
Love the look and feel of suicide-style doors on your car? Then Germany's Opel has a concept car slated for actual production that you are going to love.
China is now not only the second largest economy, it is also the second largest market for Lamborghini's, but the big news is the company's latest spaceship disguised as a concept car.
If you're into fast cars, a Lamborghini is pretty much the pinnacle of what you can drive around. But what if you're into tractors? Is there room for flashy style there?
Here's some surprising news: the much-ballyhooed Chevy Volt, promised as the first mainstream all-electric car, isn't an all-electric car at all. It's a hybrid, just like the Prius and a number of other hybrids. What's the deal?
The aeronautical engineers at Australia's Skylifter have come up with a way to transport 700 times what a heavy cargo helicopter can: fix it to a blimp. The massive disc is almost 500 feet across, and its flying saucer-like shape makes it less susceptible to wind while hauling 150 tons.
Following the lead of Tesla, more and more car makers are finally offering visions of practical yet sexy electric vehicles for the near future, the latest being the amazing Jaguar C-X75.
The Radio Flyer is a classic, a red wagon used by countless kids of many generations. So naturally, an old couple really wanted to make a gigantic version that they could drive around.