Remote controlled Steam Trike runs on steam

Steam TrikeIn today’s world where everything seems to be powered by batteries, it’s refreshing to see “retro” energy sources in use; like this remote controlled Live Steam Trike. Created by someone named prallplatte on YouTube, this remote controlled vehicle was made in his “Secret Ural Russian Laboratorys” and weighs 8.81kg. It features three wheels, a bouncy suspension, a boiler and a steam powered engine. And did we forget to mention that it’s pink?

Refueling this vehicle isn’t a matter of just changing batteries, but hey – at least it’s environmental friendly. Something tells me that it’s not going to be very pleasant to hold once you’re done playing with it. Check out an impressive video of the Steam Trike in action:

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