When a supercar is crossed with an off-road dune buggy, the sleek KTM AX is the result. Designed by students and staff at FH Joanneum University in Austria, the AX is powered by a hybrid powertrain system that consists of four in-wheel electric motors to drive the wheels. Thanks to individually steerable wheels, plenty of ground clearance, reinforced tires and long travel suspension, it's perfect for tackling sand dunes, or just about any rough terrain. Continue reading for a video of it in-action and more information.
Franky Zapata has unveiled an all-new hoverboard called the "Flyboard Air". This device is claimed to allow users to fly untethered through the sky up to 10,000 feet at a top speed of 93mph, powered by an Independent Propulsion System, which could be jet turbine engines. "The Independent Propulsion Unit represents 4 years of hard work for a result exceeding all records. Although the UFO is still in prototype phase and won't be on the market in 2016, it has exactly the same behavior as the WFD Flyboard Pro Series," said Zapata Racing. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including an amazing clip of someone skateboarding through an empty water park in Dubai.
Snorkeling is nothing new, but the H2O Ninja Mask aims to take the sport to a new level, without keeping one tethered to the surface or breathing through their mouth only. This full-face mask not only lets you breathe normally, but also see clearly around you without obstructions, and an optional GoPro mount is perfect for capturing underwater adventures. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
Here's another look at the Juggernaut, Rungu's triple fat tire bike, which is designed to go anywhere, literally. It's designed to float over the beach or snow-covered hills with its massive 26 x 4.7-inch tires. For those who don't need to go off-road, the company also offers the Kilimanjaro, which has a rear fat tire and two 29 x 2.5-inch front tires in the front. Regardless of which model you choose, steps, and obstacles up to 6" tall, are no problems for these bikes. 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 man who spent $20,000 building a wooden concept car.
At first, this looks like your standard military all-terrain vehicle, but after seeing it run in the desert, you'll realize that this custom Oshkosh LCTV is a Baja 1,000 racing monster. In addition to having full ballistic armor, it features a ProPulse Diesel-Electric Hybrid engine, paired with a proprietary TAK-4 independent suspension - each axle module is independently driven by a dedicated motor that is controlled from its own power converter - capable of handling even the toughest of terrains. 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 showing what happens when you crush LEGO with a powerful hydraulic press.
Ever wonder what the Lamborghini Veneno, limited to 10 worldwide, would look like as a jet ski? If so, Mansory has just the watercraft for you: the Black Marlin 550 Luxury. This sleek $62,600 creation is based on the Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 RS, and sheds 10kg, thanks to carbon fiber body panels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Not just any dune buggy, the "Rock Bouncer" vehicles you see above are all equipped with a proper racing harnesses, roll cage, two fire extinguishers, and tires that measure at least 39 inches in diameter. Don't let its size fool you, many are equipped with powerful 600-horsepower Chevrolet LS6 V8 engines, bored and stroked to 383 cubic inches, mated to a GM TH400 three-speed automatic with an aftermarket valve body for a reverse shift pattern as well as full manual control. 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 an incredible underground nuclear blast.
Why camp on the ground, when you could be relaxing in a suspended Hennessy Hammock? Featuring a double-layered bottom and fitted for a removable insulation pad, as well as a heavy-duty rainfly, its diamond-shaped design enables campers to sleep diagonally while fully supported and completely zipped shut, without the use of stakes or poles. When packed up, it weighs in at just 2-pounds, 8-ounces. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of crazy auto enthusiasts hitting 170mph on ice with a Dodge Challenger.
The Hendo 2.0 Hoverboard by ArxPax is one step closer to hitting stores, and for anyone who hasn't seen this amazing device, it's hover engines are integrated directly into the trucks, improving traction. Other new features include: USB connectivity, extended battery life, and a wireless safety switch that will let users shut their board off remotely. Click here for more pictures of the Hendo 2.0. Continue reading for two more videos of it in-action.
Why bother setting up a normal tent, when you could be relaxing in Sierra Madre Research's Nube hammock shelter? It's designed to fully shield occuptants from the elements - including rain, wind, snow and most importantly, insects - while the rip-proof nylon tarp is covered in four coats of silicone to keep water out. Continue reading for two more videos and information.