How often do you see wheelchair-accessible sports vehicles? That’s why this concept is so amazing. Bruce Thomson is an industrial design professor at Humber College in Toronto. He challenged his senior students to design a distinctively Canadian vehicle.
This summer, William Shatner will be riding from Chicago to Los Angeles on a motorcycle that he designed – i.e. wished for – with bike shop American Wrench. It’s called the Rivet One, and it will supposedly give the rider “the feeling of flying on the open road.”
This awesome Pepperoni Pizza Corvette by Dan Collier may be cheesy, but it has some pep to it. Pepperoni that is. Dan also goes by the name PizzaMan Dan, because why wouldn’t you make your entire life about pizza?
Drinking and driving don’t mix, except when all of the drinking is done and you make a sidecar for your motorcycle out of the beer barrel that’s left over. Then it’s all good. That’s what this motorcycle is rocking.
One of the cool things about 3D printers is that you can use them to make just about anything you can dream up. An engineer named Eric Harrell used his 3D printer to make all the components needed for a scale model of a Toyota 22RE engine back in January.
After the 2011 tsunami in Japan, designer Chris Robinson and his friends bounced around ideas for ways to survive such a disaster. One of their ideas was for a spherical escape vessel. After doing a bit of research, Chris decided to pursue the idea by actually building it.
Despite feeling like a bit of a dork, I rather enjoyed riding a Segway. That said, I still had to contend with crowded sidewalks and hazards on the ground while riding one. If the guys behind AirBoard have their way, we could soon be hovering in the air instead of riding on bumpy sidewalks.
The original Zboard electric skateboard showed up in 2012. Fast forward a few years and we now have the new Zboard 2. The Zboard 2 is better all around than the original and comes in two versions, the Zboard 2 Blue and the Zboard 2 Pearl.
As soon as my daughter had enough coordination to operate a Power Wheels car, I bought her a sweet pink Mustang. She loved that thing and drove the crap out of it. She drove the thing off curbs, into kids, cars, houses, dogs, bikes, and anything else that didn’t get out of her way.
If you can’t get the hang of bike share programs because you can’t seem to return them on time, then maybe you might want to check out the Shoulder Bike. It features a neat design that makes the bike easier to carry or transport, specially if you’re walking on a crowded sidewalk.
This is the Equinox Snowcoach. It’s a little $2,000 suppository that’s meant to keep its passengers safe and protected from the elements while being towed by a truck or ATV. As a finished concept, I think it’s fairly cool, but I certainly have about a billion other things I’d rather drop two Gs on.
If you need to build up your army on the cheap, or you know, just make it look like you have an army, just buy some inflatable tanks. The size and color scheme of these tanks give them a very realistic look.
Here’s a great way for you and 24 of your buddies to spend your 13th month pay. eBay seller charliepass is selling a used 2006 Ford F250 with a trailer. But the real gem is what’s inside the trailer: 25 Xbox 360 consoles, each connected to a 24″ 1080p monitor, a controller and a headset.
We have seen automakers over the years create numerous concept cars that will never be seen in the real world, only in the digital one. Such is the case with a new car that Chevy has unveiled destined to be driven only in the PS3 game Gran Turismo 6.