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Category: Mobility

Guy Attaches Leaf Blower to Son’s Power Wheels Truck, Lets Him Do the Work

Guy Attaches Leaf Blower to Son’s Power Wheels Truck, Lets Him Do the Work
If you have a young child, a power wheels car and a leaf blower, you can clear your yard of leaves with no work at all. Well, no work on your part. Just let your kid do all of the work.

Review: The 2016 Toyota Prius Is a Marvel of Modern Engineering

Review: The 2016 Toyota Prius Is a Marvel of Modern Engineering
Toyota recently invited me out to southern California to take some time getting to know the new 2016 Prius. While the Prius is known for its exceptional fuel economy and eco-consciousness, it doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being a fun or dynamic car.
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GM Teams with U.S. Army on Hydrogen Chevrolet Colorado

GM Teams with U.S. Army on Hydrogen Chevrolet Colorado
One of the biggest concerns when it comes to military vehicles is their ability to operate quietly, while still offering up plentiful power. This poses a big challenge with traditional automotive drivetrains. Now, GM has teamed up with the U.S.

Nissan Turns Crossover into a Video Game Controller

Nissan Turns Crossover into a Video Game Controller
You probably read that title and thought, oh Nissan made a car that can control a driving game. That would be a flawed assumption because why use a parked Qashqai crossover to control a driving game when you could use said car to control a soccer video game instead?

The World’s First Car Vending Machine

The World’s First Car Vending Machine
Need a car? Just stick a coin into the slot. This machine will activate and pull a car out of its inventory, delivering it to you. You can watch it descend to meet you on ground level.

Yamaha Creates Motorcycle Riding Robot

Yamaha Creates Motorcycle Riding Robot
The only thing worse than the thought of a robot like Hector from Saturn 3 lumbering down the hall after me is the thought of Hector riding a motorcycle at 200 mph coming after me. To help fulfill my nightmares, Yamaha has created a humanoid robot that can ride a Motorcycle.

Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile Go-Kart: Another Wonderful Toy

Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile Go-Kart: Another Wonderful Toy
The Batmobile is one of those vehicles that we geeks dream of driving. Sadly, most of us will never know the joy of being pulled over in Batman’s ride and having to explain things to the cops.

Lobster Motorcycle: Prawn to Be Wild

Lobster Motorcycle: Prawn to Be Wild
Don’t be shell-shocked when you see this Lobster motorcycle customized by leather artist Timothee “Timo” Richard. Tino is clearly the master and not an a-prawn-tice. Sorry. The leather work alone cost $6,000, and that’s not counting the bike itself.

World’s Largest LEGO Batmobile: Holy Butt Studs Batman!

World’s Largest LEGO Batmobile: Holy Butt Studs Batman!
LEGO pop artist Nathan Sawaya recently unveiled one of his latest creations: an 18ft. long Batmobile made of 500,000 LEGO pieces. It will be the centerpiece in his joint global exhibition with Warner Bros. and DC Comics called The Art of the Brick: DC Comics.

Back to the Future DeLorean Golf Cart: 8.8 Holes per Hour

Back to the Future DeLorean Golf Cart: 8.8 Holes per Hour
Dual Divisions gave golfing a pretty heavy dose of geekery with its modded Back to the Future-themed golf cart. Red Deer College commissioned the cart for its 30th annual golf tournament, thereby commissioning it for all its annual golf tournaments.

Volkswagen Van Cooler: Camper Van Drinkhoven

Volkswagen Van Cooler: Camper Van Drinkhoven
Is there anything as iconic as an old Volkswagen van? These things transported hippies to more far away places than even acid did. Well, maybe. Now you can own a scaled-down version that will keep your drinks chill.

Ford’s Immersive Cinematic Engineering Tech Makes Virtual Cars Look Like Real Cars

Ford’s Immersive Cinematic Engineering Tech Makes Virtual Cars Look Like Real Cars
Over the last few decades, computer graphics have become a more and more essential part of industrial design – especially in the automotive industry. The ability to visualize designs digitally has given designers and engineers the freedom to test and refine concepts and functionality prior to expending time and money on physical prototypes.

DIY Electric Skateboard: Make or Die

DIY Electric Skateboard: Make or Die
Electric skateboards typically go for at least $600 (USD). But with his maker skills Instructables member comsa42 was able to convert a normal skateboard for around $350. That said, his project will give you an idea why these things cost a lot.

Hot New Car Paint Is Very Cool

Hot New Car Paint Is Very Cool
One of my least favorite things is getting into a steaming hot car in the middle of summer. You can open the windows, turn on the air and start driving to get the breeze flowing and you’re still going to suffer and sweat it out for a while.

WalkCar Personal Transport: Haul-U

WalkCar Personal Transport: Haul-U
We already have a wealth of options for traveling short distances in urban areas. Bicycles, skateboards and scooters are getting smaller and lighter, with electrically-assisted variants to choose from. But if Cocoa Motors’ WalkCar is for real, we might be seeing this all over cities in a couple of years.

Tesla’s Robot Snake Charger: Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?

Tesla’s Robot Snake Charger: Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
Check out Tesla’s prototype for an articulating metal snake that can charge a car. Basically it slowly bends down, finds the port and stabs into it as it injecting the car with alien parasites and venom, like an alien snake bite.
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