BMW i8 Concept Spyder takes to the road, sounds almost as gorgeous as it looks (video) | Engadget
It's been less than a year since our first opportunity to get up close and personal with BMW's i8 plug-in electric car, and now the German automaker is back to tease a whole new beast.
Kevlar Concept Bikes
Marina Gatelli - If you're obsessed with the future and bicycles, then you will love Marina Gatelli's bike design. This bike would be made out of carbon and Kevlar,...
The Slegoon: Thrilling ride with minimum risk
Adventure sports is addictive and people who are hooked onto it find it hard to stay away. However, while skiing and sledging on steep slopes is adventurous, it is dangerous too. Spike Reid has come up with an innovative snow-sledge design that...
Teenage inventor takes the world's first 'unicycle' motorbike for a spin
A young inventor has created a motorbike with a twist – it uses two wheels but they are positioned right next to each other, giving it the illusion of being a powered unicycle.
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19th Century EVs
Fayton concept car - The horse-drawn buggies of the early 19th century served as the primary source of inspiration for the Fayton concept car. Designer Utkan Kiziltug's...
Bit: First Electronic Personal Helicopter Prototype Unveiled
A few months ago, I wrote about the first personal jet pack available to the public. Back then it was priced at just around $250,000. It's a mad price for something that only enables you to fly for 9 minutes or less. Nevertheless, it was a really cool gadget that I think many people welcomed even though most of us can't afford it. It promises a future where personal air crafts are a common sight, and one that will enable us to go from one point to another without having to use roads. It's a…
Air New Zealand 'revolutionizes' coach cabins: power, USB, iPod support and Skycouches | Engadget
When the so-called "friendly skies" are mentioned, a few airlines in particular come to mind: Virgin America, Singapore Airlines and Qantas, for starters.