Like the 21st century version of a Flinstones car, here's the HumanCar. A human electric hybrid that's capable of doing 100km/h. Although it really doesn't look anything near safe to go that fast in that car. Labeled as a low mass vehicle, it was developed by Professor Charles Greenwood.
Greenwood has been committed
to the human-powered car since 1968, and the HumanCar claims that even
people in their golden years could operate it provided that they are in
The car's chassis can be modified
to accept new forms of electric power sources as technology develops,
allowing owners to make the most of their investment. Problem is, would you want to be in it?
If RoboCop rode bikes, he would probably want this in his garage. This concept "Voxan Wattman" bike is like a mini tank on two wheels. The battery-powered beast can
re-charge its 12.8kWh juice pack in 30 minutes and has the power of a
1000cc motorcycle. This supposedly will allow the bike to hit 0-60mph in less than 3.4 seconds and reach a top speed of over 100mph. Here's hoping the bike comes with body armor, because crashing at that speed would probably smash you to smithereens. Read more
McLaren Special Operations has unveiled a new concept car based on the McLaren 12C coupe. The concept sports a series of bespoke features including a revised bonnet, front wing lourves, rear wing vents, a unique Airbrake and a new roof featuring an integrated snorkel channeling air to the engine. Read more