The Batmobile has been in the news recently with the reveal of the version that’s expected to appear in Matt Reeves’ upcoming Batman movie. While Batman’s new sled looks like a muscle car on steroids, previous versions were much more based in fantasy.
The idea of using solar panels to give electric cars a little extra boost is nothing new. In fact, the 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has a solar roof that helps to run its electronics, and can give it a couple of extra miles of driving range each day.
Apple’s AirPods earphones just recently got a big upgrade with the release of the AirPods Pro. But if you still have a regular set of AirPods, here’s a fun way to transform its nondescript white charging case into something a bit more eyecatching and fun.
These amusing little case covers will turn your AirPods case into a tiny car.
If you love to play video games at your desk for hours on end, then you need a good chair with lots of support. Since Nissan knows a thing or two about engineering seats for long road trips behind the wheel, they decided to give it a shot, and came up with three awesome concept designs, each inspired by one of their vehicles.
Check out this awesome replica of the Wagon Queen Family Truckster from National Lampoon’s Vacation. This is a damn fine automobile. It’s not just for the likes of Clark Griswold either. You can own this one for yourself.
This modded 1981 Ford LTD will be up for bidding at the Barrett-Jackson automobile auction in Palm Beach, Florida, April 11-13, 2019.
Changing your car’s tires is a lengthier process than it should be. You need several tools with you, and many people may not have them all handy. That’s why the AutoAuto car tool looks like a more efficient way of doing things.
Fans of the classic Nintendo Entertainment System might be familiar with its Japanese counterpart, the Nintendo Family Computer (aka the Famicom.) If you dig classic ’80s games and classic ’80s cars, you might dig this too.
This awesome 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am looks just like a giant Famicom on wheels, complete with controllers on the doors, and a cartridge slot on the roof.
What the heck is this? Did somebody squish a Lamborgini? Nope, what you’re looking at is the Mikro MM1, and despite looking like a toy, it is a full-fledged electric “supercar.” It is actually pretty adorable the more I look at it.
Yep, its makers say the MM1 is a real car, and it is intentionally cute given the company’s slogan of “Changing the world one smile at a time.”
Look what we’ve got here. Is it a new stretched-out flying car? Nope. What you see is a real aircraft fuselage which has now been grounded. It’s part jet, part automobile, all plaything for the wealthy.
New York style… Chicago style… California style… everyone has their favorite kind of pizza. I personally like a super-thin and crispy brick oven pizza like the ones they make in Italy. Now, thanks to one enterprising artist, you can have a delicious thin-crust pizza cooked up inside of a car.
If you’ve ever wanted to build your own Formula 1 race car out of coke cans, this cool video will show you how. The Q channel recently built a giant Coca-Cola F1 race car using Coke and Coca-Cola Light cans, PVC pipe, and glue.
I’d like to think that at some point in the evolution of Transformers, they looked as cheesy as this car one from Brave Robotics, Asratec Corp, and Sansei Technologies. The contraption is called the J-deite RIDE, which I think might translate to “Shitty Transformer.”