Presumably made as an accurate simulation of driving through some of the potholes around here, this is a video of a variety of different vehicles attempting to speed across a giant rectangular pit in the road. Some fare much better than others. Others don’t fare well at all, which makes
This is a video of President Chay modding a golf cart with a motorcycle engine and turning the whole thing into a real life Patty Wagon from SpongeBob (those wheels are just decorative, it has real golf cart wheels beneath the bun), then attempting to drive it 250 miles from
This is a video of Youtuber William Osman experimenting to see how many car parts he can physically remove from a vehicle and it still be functional. Obviously, he goes for the pieces that have no real effect on the car’s driveability first (doors, trunk lid, side panels, etc). His
Seen here reenacting an all-male redneck version of Titanic, a swamp buggy goes down in the drink attempting to cross a deep mud hole. The only thing that would have made it better is if one of the dudes pulled himself onto a piece of flotsam and wouldn’t let anybody
This is a video of creator of things The Q (like in the Bond movies!) building and riding a bicycle that has two half tires in the rear that rotate perfectly opposite each other so there’s always tread on the ground. How about that! Apparently there was a lot of
These are several shots captured by CNN reporter Francesca Street of the double-decker airline seating imagined by designer Alejandro Núñez Vicente that was on display at the recent 2022 Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg, Germany. Wow, there really is an expo for everything. Alejandro believes his Chaise Longue Airplane
This is a video of Gravity company founder Richard Browning ascending Helvellyn, a 3,100 foot English mountain in less than four minutes to demonstrate the jetpack’s capabilities in search-and-rescue applications. Pretty impressive. Granted, we’re still way behind schedule on having affordable jetpacks available to everyone, which is a shame because
Because at least some people still care about us seeing a glimpse of the future before the world ends, the AirCar Prototype 1 has officially received a Certificate Of Airworthiness, and the company plans to have production models available next year. But they are going to change the name, right?