Motorcycle enthusiasts Artem Smirnov and Vladimir Panchenko unveil Samurai, a futuristic Japanese motorcycle clad in carbon fiber. In addition to being fully-electric, it follows the principles of simplicity and spatial awareness that many Japanese brands hold in high regard, while bringing those aspects to the racing world. Unfortunately, it doesn't include a hidden katana that can be used in case of zombie apocalypse. Continue reading for more pictures.
The futuristic Nissan Vmotion 2.0 features Intelligent Driving, one of three core elements of the company's Intelligent Mobility technology. The former helps provide a safer driving experience through technology such as ProPILOT, which will ultimately allow the vehicle to drive in autonomous mode, and not just on the highway and in heavy traffic conditions, but also on normal streets with intersections. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
It's official, the 2020 Ford Bronco will hit dealers in just a few more years, announced earlier this week at the North American International Auto Show. It will be preceded by the return of the midsize Ranger in 2019, with both vehicles being assembled at Ford's assembly plant in Wayne, Michigan. The Bronco is expected to get a 4x4 system, stout stance, and the signature circle headlights, but be nearly identical to the Ford Everest, a body-on-frame Australian-market 4x4 built on the Ranger platform. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
When motorcycles just won't do, there's the street-legal, three-wheeled Vanderhall Venice autocycle. Thanks to its carbon composite body, it weighs in at just 1,375-pounds, and is powered by a 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that boosts you from 0-60 in under 5-seconds. This two-seater also comes equipped with a 600 watt BT sound system, a stylish wooden steering wheel, a heater, black headlights, and large 18-inch wheels. Each one is made to order, with prices starting at $30,000. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the bizarre, yet real, ice disc phenomenon.
In addition to being the most powerful Bentley yet, the company claims that the Bentley Continental Supersports is also the fastest and most powerful four-seater in the world. Featuring an aerodynamic body, complete with a turbocharged W12 engine generating 700-horsepower and 750 pound-feet of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in just 3.4-seconds, and a top speed of 209mph. It comes equipped with high-performance carbon ceramic brakes, with the largest discs of their type in the world, as well as an intelligent, rear-biased all-wheel-drive system, forged alloy wheels, and a luxurious interior with carbon fiber accents. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the steps of becoming Batman.
Revealed at the Detroit Motor Show, the Mercedes-AMG GT C 'Edition 50' builds upon the GT C Roadster and adds Graphite Grey Magno special paint finish, black chrome exterior highlights, trim strips in the grille's air inlets, as well as molding on the rear diffuser and tailpipes. It's powered by the same 4.0L twin-turbo V8 generating 550hp and 502 pound-feet (681 Nm) of torque as found in the regular GT C Coupe, good for a 0-60 mph time of 3.6-seconds, while topping out at 197 mph. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept is basically an all-wheel drive Microbus of the future, complete with a large 111 kWh battery that is complemented with one electric motor at the front axle and one at the rear to deliver a combined output of 369 hp. It can accelerate from 0-60 mph (96 km/h) in 5-seconds and can travel up to 270 miles on a predicted U.S. driving cycle. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here to view a few bonus images of the I.D. Buzz.
Hyundai isn't known for producing scooters or hoverboards, but the foldable Ioniq aims to change that. This fully-electric scooter is no larger than a briefcase when folded, sports a digital dashboard, and can be stored as well as charged in the front door of the Ioniq EV. Acceleration is controlled by the rider scrolling up their thumb switch, while braking is achieved by pressing a pad over the scooter's rear wheel or scrolling down thumb switch. The Hyundai embedded sensors in the scooter only activate the throttle when someone is on the scooter. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an SUV smashing through a comic book store, and the aftermath.
Let's face it, rust is one of the biggest annoyances for any hobby mechanic, but this hand-held 1000-watt laser should do the trick, as it blasts away rust, paint, and any other coating, revealing clean metal in seconds. It's called the P-Laser QF-1000, and designed for industrial applications, like preparing metal for robotic welding. Those who don't need 1000 watts of power can opt for the low-power QF-50, which costs $53,000. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Unveiled at CES 2017, the Toyota Concept-i is unlike any other electric vehicle as it boasts a powerful Artificial Intelligence computer system that learns with the driver and that is capable of building a 'meaningful and human' relationship with them. It uses multiple technologies to measure emotion and then maps it against where and when it travels, thus improving the quality of life of the driver. However, the driver can also opt for manual mod, with the AI seamlessly monitoring both their attention and road conditions, in case automation is required in emergencies. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a red hot cannonball being dropped on Styrofoam towers.