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Odyssey IV Hovers Like Helicopter Underwater

09/28/2008, Boffins from MIT are currently testing a new underwater robot known as the Odyssey IV, and this model is special since it is able to hover in place just like a helicopter even in depths of up to 6km below sea level. Sounds like an advancement that oil...

Mitsubishi Motors MMR25 Rally Racer

09/28/2008, This is one mean looking vehicle from Mitsubishi Motors – the MMR25 Rally Racer. To put it in Mitsubishi’s own words, the MMR25 Rally Racer is an “all electric race car with “revolutionary” drivetrain; four lightweight,...

Ferrari Motorcycle Concept

09/26/2008, I’m going out on a limb here when I say that Ferrari will never make motorcycles, but then again who can tell the future? Assuming I am wrong, could the Ferrari motorcycle look like this? This fire engine red beast on two wheels comes with a control...

KTM Barracuda For Circuit Races

09/23/2008, The KTM Barracuda looks like a Lamborghini on water, and it functions like one, too. It takes the alternative route compared to standard speedboats by maintaining water contact at all times, thanks to the self-stabilizing design that features a low...

Audi Traffic Light Detection System

09/22/2008, Audi has a brand new Traffic Light Detection System known as Travolution. It is self-explanatory, helping improve the synchronization and phasing of traffic light networks in order to reduce stopping times while dramatically reducing the number of actual...

Japan Develops Even Faster Train

09/17/2008, Getting around Japan is pretty fast and convenient thanks to their myriad of bullet trains and rail lines, and this time round they’re pushing for even faster trains thanks to Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Touted to be the country’s fastest...

H1 Fugu Disaster Relief Helicopter

09/17/2008, The H1 Fugu might seem to be rather unorthodox in terms of design where helicopters are concerned, but Matt Bassett has placed space and flexibility as the top priorities in a rescue helicopter, opting for maximum efficiency without sacrificing on smaller...

AC Schnitzer LCD Shift Knob

09/14/2008, Talk about cool – this AC Schnitzer LCD Shift Knob lets you know what the current gear transmission it is in thanks to a LCD display that shows up in red. This new shifter will make its way into BMWs and Minis, complementing the highly advanced cars...

Di-Cycle Concept

09/10/2008, GBO has come up with the Di-Cycle concept that reminds me somewhat of General Grievous’ Wheel Bike from Revenge of the Sith. This two-wheeled vehicle was specially designed to function as a mode of transport over land as well as water, although it...

ScanGauge Review

09/04/2008, The tree loving folks at TreeHugger have literally taken the ScanGauge out for a spin in their Ford E150 van, driving it all the way from Philadelphia to Wisconsin and back. Here’s what they have to say about it. ScanGauge makes the reality of...

Honda Legend Gets EPS Stability Control

09/04/2008, The luxurious Honda Legend line will now feature Honda’s very own Motion Adaptive Electric Power Steering (EPS) when it is released this Friday on September 5th. Their new driving stability technology aims to increase the safety of the driver and...

Fusion CA-IP500 Head Unit

08/21/2008, Fusion will be rolling out its CA-IP500 head unit that boasts an internal iPod docking station, making it one of the first of its kind in the world. The head unit’s faceplate is tilted open, revealing an empty space which will hold the iPod touch...

Albatron Rocker In-Car Tablet PC

08/21/2008, Albatron wants to rock your world with their Rocker in-car tablet PC that was just released in Korea via Piesco. Folks who absolutely must have a Windows-powered computer of sorts wherever they go can check out the Albatron Rocker, although it is highly...

Futuristic Ferrari Monza Concept

08/19/2008, Designer Iman Maghsoudi has decided to take concept cars to the next level with this new Ferrari Monza that is smart enough to drive itself, allowing the driver to remain occupied with other things that are perhaps more important such as work. The pilot...