The new Tread-Walk personal mobility vehicle is not only a boon to the elderly community but it's better than a Segway due to its ability to actually exercise your body while you travel the city.
Riding a bus is generally kind of terrible. It's slow, crowded and not that comfortable. But this mobile movie theater? Heck, if I could ride around in this thing, I wouldn't mind having a, say, 90 minute commute.
Japan's recent Good Design Expo 2010 was the site for the unveiling of a design prototype called the X-Frame Folding vehicle, an innovation in urban mobility that could ultimately replace the common motorcycle.
The Segway is a symbol of the unhip and nerdy, even though it is a pretty impressive piece of technology. But this similarly self-balancing scooter from Ryno Motors? It's quite the opposite.
While there are plenty of foldable commuter bikes out there, they all end up looking pretty weird and ugly when you actually ride them. It's the price to pay for being able to keep your bike in your studio apartment. But that's not the case with Wallpaper magazine's beautiful new foldable bike.
Despite all the futuristic designs, the arena of concept cars can get a bit repetitive, but Kia's new Pop concept car actually manages to show us a brand new take on the next generation electric vehicle.
Electric vehicles have finally emerged from the concept auto show stage into the real world, but only one quick EV charger is ready for prime time commercial use, the Blink Level 2.
You can only make a plane so big if you still want it to fly, or a vehicle so gigantic before it starts wrecking the land it travels across. Ships, too, face similar challenges the larger they get. We've found six gargantuan examples that straddle the line between engineering marvel and disaster, representing the biggest vehicles traversing the planet today.
Golf isn't exactly known as the most macho of sports. No, that title rests with sports like football and mixed martial arts. But that doesn't mean you can't inject some masculinity into the game with this over-the-top golf cart.
French-born Stéphane Rousson is no stranger to weird, pedal-powered vehicles. In 2008, he tried to fly across the English Channel pedaling a blimp. Now, he's teamed up with designer Minh-Lôc Truong to create the Scubster, a pedal sub designed for racing.