This electric 3-wheeled car doesn't require charging. Created by American motoring start-up Aptera Motors in San Diego, Aptera EV is charged purely by the sun. The futuristic-looking vehicle features more than 32 square feet of solar panels that are integrated into the body. This setup allows the driver to travel up to 45 miles a day and up to 11,000 miles per year, purely using energy harnessed from the sun. The sleek, lightweight two-person vehicle is made of lightweight composites that are stronger than steel, allowing its unique body shape to slip through the air with an unheard-of drag coefficient. Its front-wheel drive vehicle can go from zero to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds, and its three-wheel drive model can get to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The company began taking orders from Friday, December 4, with deliveries expected to begin next year.
Road rage epic fail!
An irate driver gets his comeuppance when he approaches a driver he cut up at the previous junction.
This jaw-dropping $600m concept for a mega-yacht has been inspired by a shark. The 501ft long & 112ft wide 'Prodigium' features fin-like structures and windows that echo the toothy grin of the marine predator. The vessel, designed by Lazzarini Design Studio, is spread over six levels. It also takes inspiration from roman architecture. A spokesperson says: “construction would take about 28 months in one of the most bravest shipyard of the world."
Want to feel secure on your trip to the shops? Unveiled Nov 2020, the Rezvani Hercules 6x6 is described as. "Easily the toughest and most powerful production truck in the world". It features six-wheel drive, a 1,300 horsepower engine, & military-grade bulletproof armour protection. Californian company Rezvani say the military-inspired vehicle is their most extreme and capable model to date. The military edition is priced from $325,000