The Ostoure is a street bike that takes its inspiration from the designs of Persepolis as well as the designs of aircraft. Its coolest feature? Connectivity to a display inside of the riders helmet.
Think about it: how much sense does having the gas and brake pedals right next to each other make? Not a lot. In a panic, you're going to stomp down, but you might end up hitting the wrong pedal, turning a bad situation worse.
Do you hate waiting behind a bus as it loads and unloads? Well, friend, does China have the craziest solution for you! A Chinese company is looking to build buses so big cars can drive right under them, which will ease congestion. The company is serious about it, too.
The Scubacraft is an open-cockpit submersible that's like a four wheeler, but under water. In order to use it you need to be in full scuba gear, but then it can take you down 100 feet with the push of a button.
Tesla is no longer the sexiest green tech sports car on the market now that the announcement of the Porsche 918 Spyder is being taken from concept design to real world product.
How do you increase the testosterone in a classic 1982 Porsche 928? Well, you could just shove a Hoeing turbine engine that shoots flames out of the hood in there. That'd be a start.
The Chevy Volt, GM's new all-electric car, is finally available for pre-order, and the price is now official: $41,000. But a nice $7,500 tax credit should bring that down considerably.
The Silveira Green Samba XRS is not the sort of jetski you'll see tourists using at Caribbean resorts. No, it's more like the kind of jetski that a supervillian would use to jump over an exploding oil tanker. An eco-conscious supervillian.
Do you want the style of a chopper with the dorkiness of a scooter? Well, say hello to the Chopper Scooter, a concept design that combines a chopper motorcycle with a scooter. Hoo boy.
Owning a submarine used to be only something the super-rich were able to afford, but now...oh, wait, who am I kidding? It's still only something the super-rich can afford. But hey, this $2,000,000 personal submarine sure looks awesome!