The beloved DeLorean refuses to stay in the '80s. After showing off its new electric grills and monster truck wheels, the DeLorean is back in its latest incarnation: a water-conquering hovercraft.
Google's self-driving cars are on the up and up. Google revealed today that its dozen of self-driving cars have collectively driven over 300,000 miles without any accidents, paving the way the towards a safer future on the road.
Batman always always deliver on the gadgets, but his Tumbler is getting a little old. Gotham's vigilante deserves something newer, sportier, but with all the aggressiveness that is the Batmobile. The perfect candidate for the Dark Knight's new ride: the Aspid GT-21 Invictus.
SpaceX's Elon Musk wants to take astronauts to the International Space Station. He wants to take humanity to Mars. You'd think he would forget all about Earth by now, but here's one for us terrestrials: Musk calls it the Hyperloop, and it's a system that never crashes, ignores the weather and is twice as fast as your average plane.
Modern cars are swiftly becoming like the new Retina display MacBook Pro, powerful and attractive, but useless to those of us who want to get under the hood and make modifications. But now a Japanese company has developed a vehicle that could ensure the days of do-it-yourself car modifcation stick around.
Most of us have seen the impressive videos of Google's self-driving cars, but while the technology is real, the day when we actually have masses of driverless cars on the streets probably won't come very soon. However, Ford has unveiled what might be the next best thing.
We're not anywhere near a future where you hop on your bicycle and pedal to your destination through the very air, but a team of students from the University of Maryland have captured that idea, if only for a short time. It took a huge contraption to do it, but one pedaling person was able to hover.
Thanks to increasingly efficient public transport and virtual connections, car ownership among the young continues to decline. In an effort to boost interest in a car culture among kids, Toyota has come up with a unique new concept vehicle.
This concept car, from 22 year old Chinese transportation design student Huang Hao, is inspired by Taihu Stones, also known as scholar's stones. These porous, curving rocks can be found in all the best traditional Chinese gardens, and their forms lend themselves surprisingly well to a car designed for young couples in 2046.
First came the water-powered jetpack. Next came the water-powered jetboots. And now, we have the water-powered jetbike. It's Jetaviation's Jetovator, and they want you to "turn off the video games Saddle up and Ride the Hose!" So, go on, ride the hose. Ride it. RIDE IT.