This what the world’s fastest tractor (modified) looks like. It is a JCB Fastrac, a “high-speed agricultural tractor,” but this Fastrac takes high-speed to a whole new level and to top that off, it looks wildly different (in a very good way, if I may add) from a regular Fastrac, or any tractor for that […]
“Lifting A Truck With Drones” is not a click bait title. At least, it is not as far as a video posted by Swedish commercial vehicle maker Scania is concerned. If you ask me, I’d say it is not real.
Is Hollywood and the military influencing each other on military hardware and weaponry procurement and design? I am incline to think so because, Ripsaw, the sports tank that had seen some Hollywood actions, has been pitching itself to the U.S. Army too.
Yamaha Motor is bringing a lot more than an unmanned autonomous vehicle to the 46th Tokyo Motor Show this year. All told, the Japanese motorcycle maker will be bringing 17 other models. Of the 17, 6 are world premiere models while 2 are Japan premiere models.
Before anyone jump on me, the Yamaha Land Link Concept is clearly not a Mars rover. I am just saying it looked like. Land Link Concept is in fact Yamaha’s answer to self-driving vehicle.
Although it doesn’t actually hover, the hoverboard craze was a huge hit in it’s time, and while the fad is over, it doesn’t mean your trusty two-wheeled balancing device has outlived its usefulness. At least not if HyperGoGo has anything to do with it.
Autonomous vehicles are, well, self-driving and so, why should it even have a cabin with steering wheel? It should not as proven by Swedish commercial vehicle maker, Scania, with a new cab-less concept called Scania AXL Autonomous Truck Concept.
Quit staring at your too-calm-to-be-true local lake and wishing it had waves so you could surf like you were at the Malibu, thousand of miles away. Just grab yourself a Lift Foils eFoil and you will be carving the water even the lake is as still as the deep layers under frozen tundra.
Remember the real-life Robotech, MegaBots? You know, the 15-ton, 2-story tall beast that won the world’s first mech robot battle two years ago? Well, we have sad news for you. The company behind it has ran out of money to keep this world’s first giant mech and have to let it go.
Most major automakers, including the likes of Audi, BMW, Hyundai Motor Group and Volkswagen, saw electric scooter as the future of last mile transportation and scramble to introduced their own iterations. Well, Mercedes-Benz isn’t about to be left behind.