British inventor Richard Browning founded Gravity Industries Ltd back in March 2017, and debuted the Daedalus Mark 1, a jet pack that uses several miniature jet engines to achieve vertical flight. Each of the kerosene-powered engines are rated at 22 kg of thrust, and you use your arms to control the direction and speed of the flight. Read more to see what it’s like to fly using this amazing suit.
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You’ve seen the press photos, now the Segway-Ninebot S-Pod has made its public debut at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. This two-wheeled, self-balancing mobility vehicle can hit a top speed of 24 mph and rather than requiring the user to navigate by leaning forward and backward, it comes equipped with a navigation pad to manually point the vehicle in the direction you want to go. Read more for two first drive videos and additional information.
Ever wonder what a flying car inspired by classic F1 cars would look like? If so, Lazzarini Design Studio has just the vehicle for you. Called the FD 0ne, this tri-copter of sorts combines modern drone technology with the classic lines of a Ferrari Formula One car from the 1950s. It’s powered by six electric engines – four up front and two in the rear – connected by a belt system to a V12 petrol engine. Read more for a video and additional information.
Here’s a first look at the ACH130 Aston Martin Edition, the first helicopter from the recently-announced partnership between Aston Martin Lagonda and Airbus Corporate Helicopters. This luxurious aircraft comes equipped with a range of four interior and exterior designs generated by Aston Martin and are modeled after the automaker’s high performance bespoke luxury cars. Each one of these special edition helicopters will have a plaque included on the instrument panel to denote the partnership logos, the registration of the aircraft, the edition number and the owner’s name, should they wish to have it included. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The Segway S-Pod looks like a cross between the Wall-E hoverchair and Professor X’s wheelchair. It’s officially described as a first-class smart transporting pod for enclosed campuses such as airports, theme parks and malls. This self-balancing electric vehicle features an adaptive center-of-gravity automatic control system and electric motors capable of hitting a top speed of 24.8 mph. Read more for another picture, a short video clip and additional information.
Lazareth’s LMV 496 flying motorcycle may be the talk of the town, but the company quietly introduced the e-Triporteur, a stylish electric scooter designed for the city. It’s powered by a modular 2.2kW battery that was manufactured by Askoll in Italy and can be recharged to 80% capacity in just 5-hours. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Harley-Davidson was founded in 1903 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and one of two major American motorcycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression, along with Indian. The company decided to try something new with LiveWire, their first ever electric motorcycle in 2014, which has a 95 mph top speed. Now, they’ve unveiled their first-ever adventure touring bike, called the Pan America.
Oceanco collaborated with stylist Gina Brennan, Lateral Naval Architects & Engineering, Pelorus, and award-winning Timur Bozca Design to create Esquel, a superyacht that doubles as an expedition vessel. Despite looking like a Star Wars ship, it’s designed for extensive cruising to remote regions and at 345-feett long, no luxury was spared. Boasting a flexible layout that can be adapted to house multi-purpose cabins, first response units, seminar areas, and research offices. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Think of the OneWheel Pint as a self-balancing scooter and skateboard hybrid designed for beginner riders. This single-wheeled urban transport measures in at just 27-inches long, has a built-in handle, and coolest of all, intuitive lean-based controls. Its Simplestop dismounting enables you to get going, or stop, near instantly. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The Bird ES1-300 Electric Scooter may sound familiar, but this is not the ride sharing version, and it can be picked up for $349 shipped, today only, originally $599. You’ll be able to enjoy a high-powered ride with its 300 Watt motor, while it averages distances up to 15.5 miles on a full charge. It can achieve a top speed of of 15.5 mph and ground effect lights as well as dual function brake lights enable you to illuminate the road. Product page. Read more for a video and additional information.