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Lorax Hauler Tricycle

06/04/2009, Check out this tricycle – it definitely isn’t meant for kids, as it was specially built to be an all-terrain, mountain-bike style recumbent vehicle that boasts its very own solar panel on top to power the onboard motor that offers electric...

Yazaki Concept Cluster Display

06/04/2009, Yazaki is offering a conceptual system that will feature a fully reconfigurable, open-source gauge cluster that can basically deliver various levels of information simultaneously while looking cool to lend you additional street cred. It relies on a TFT...

Mercedes-Benz Foldingbike

05/31/2009, Most people would have associated Mercedes-Benz with luxury automobiles, but the Foldingbike is also another product from the German auto manufacturer. This model is pretty much self-explanatory, featuring a couple of folded positions for you to tote...

ECO Jetski Goes Electric

05/26/2009, As conventional wisdom goes, water and electricity don’t mix too well, but the new ECO Jetski is an electric jetski by EcoWatercraft. Why electric? Well, jetskis have been rated as the top pollutants to water in the US alone, which means the ECO...

Awesome GreenGT Electric Race Car

05/21/2009, I don’t think that I’m a “car guy”, but one has to admit that the design of this electric race car is stunning. This prototype is built with high-tech materials (carbon, fiberglass). it has 400hp, 100 kW electric motors...

Clarion FZ409 Features Optical Touch Sensor

05/20/2009, Those who live in Japan would be well used to vehicles that come with a state-of-the-art audio system in their rides, where most people would have a spanking 5.1-channel audio system, 1Seg capability, GPS navigation and DVD (even Blu-ray) playback. For...

Honda Safety Navi Educational Software

05/20/2009, We know that Japan is one of the safer countries to live in due to its phenomenally low crime rates, and hence we’ll make the assumption that road accidents are also rarer in that part of the world due to diligence and alertness of the local...

3D Gauge Cluster In Vehicles

05/19/2009, NVIDIA and icar have come together by working on a 3D gauge cluster for cars. What you see here is not the completed product but a concept, and if the finished article were to be that stunning, we’re pretty sure you’ll have car manufacturers...

Kyocera Solar Panels On New Prius

05/19/2009, Toyota will be offering their Prius with an option to add on Polycrystalline Si solar cells from Kyocera Corp. in Japan, where the said solar panel comprises of three dozen cells arranged nicely in six rows and an equal number of columns. Each cell will...

Deep Flight Super Falcon

05/14/2009, Graham Hawkes hopes to help mankind explore the deep seas with his latest state-of-the-art submersible known as the Deep Flight Super Falcon, offering “exotic new capabilities to explore one of the least understood parts of the planet”. This...

TidalForce M-750 x2.0 Electric Bike

05/14/2009, Want to go green with your choice of transport, but have no idea where to start? Perhaps we can introduce you to the TidalForce M-750 x2.0 Electric Bike which was originally designed for military and law enforcement applications, utilizing the...

Flying Pink Land Rover

05/13/2009, Transmutant has come up with this really weird amalgamation of vehicles – the flying pink Land Rover, if you will. We wonder just how much hard work must have gone into the bastardization of two classic vehicles, but more importantly, is this thing...

MotoMap GPS Device For Bikes

05/12/2009, Biker Stephen Dettman has a passion for fast motorbikes, and he has come up with the MotoMap GPS Device for Bikes concept that relies on two new technologies – powerfilm flexible solar panels as well as e-ink flexible displays. The MotoMap will...

Honda Fuzo Concept

05/11/2009, Honda might be out of Formula 1 this year, but that doesn’t mean they don’t give two hoots about the future of automobiles. John Mahieddine came up with the Honda Fuzo concept which clearly hails from the future by being a Vertical Take-Off...