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Harness the Sun's Power with Your Own Solar Car Kit

Most of the driving in the United States is non-highway thus, horrible gas mileage. The SUNN Solar Electric Car Kit was designed with the daily commuter in mind. By removing the petroleum engine from those short 10 minute trips to work and back, fuel use coulb be cut substancially, especially in urban areas.

The World's Tallest Building Keeps Growing

These amazing photos look like the view from an airplane, but they were actually taken from inside the world's tallest building.

A Transforming Scooter

If you live in a crowded area, don't have far to go to work, or just like to ride them, scooter can be a lifesaver. However, their small size and light weight can can also make them prime targets for theft. The new XO Move Scooter was designed to deter such thefts and it may very well do that.

Ashtub Trico Lets You Smoke & Drive Without Mess or Fuss

Ideaco of Japan has designed the Ashtub Trico, an attractive and practical automotive ashtray. In an age where standard equipment car and truck ashtrays are becoming ever more rare, smokers who want to puff & drive will find the Ashtub Trico perfectly suits their needs.

A New Way to Read the Road

Driving can be a relaxing and highly enjoyable pass-time. But when the conditions get bad, it can become stressful and dangerous. Eurovia, a company based in France, has designed a special kind of pavement that changes colors to help you identify risks and hopefully help reduce those dangers.

Beoing Tests The First Fuel Cell Aircraft

Boeing has been at the forefront of aeronautical design for a long time. So it comes as no suprise that they just tested the first ever fuel cell powered aircraft. Boeing says this is just the beginning.

Better than Walking, More Exciting than a Segway

So let's say you want a personal transport device, but a Segway is a little too expensive for you. Are you doomed to talk everywhere until you can save up enough money? Thanks to Stephan Soder, the answer to that is "no."

Can One Wheel Be Better than Two?

The monocycle design has been around since the late 1800's, but it has taken quite some time to refine it. From the first pedal powered version, to today's 4-stroke engine powered setup, the monocycle has been a very popular item.

Sabdes Superyacht : Luxurious and Eco-Friendly

In the world of Yachts usually, the bigger the better. Sabdes new 50m Superyacht breaks through that stereotype and sets the bar even higher by putting the environment first.

 


After Death, Take a Trip to the Moon

If you are looking for a different way to depart this life, perhaps it's time to take a look at Celestis, a Texas company that will begin launching human cremated remains to the surface of the moon by 2009.

Mazda-2 : World Car of the Year

For the past 4 years, a panel of almost 50 automotive journalists get together and choose the best overall car form around the world. For 2008, their choice was the Mazda-2. What was their reasoning?

Italian Car Design Takes to the Sky

Pininfarina is best known for making some of the most beautiful and fastest cars we have even seen. Names like the Ferrari F50 and 612 come to mind. So if you are responsible for such names, what happens when you want more? Well, I guess the sky is the limit.

The Titanic's Birthplace Sets Sail on Development

Ninety-nine years ago Queens Island in Belfast, Northern Ireland was the world's busiest port. Now, almost a century later this area is embarking on a new mission to create one of Europe's largest waterfront developments

Subaru's Electric Microcar Already in the US

Even though the Subaru R1e Concept is just now hitting the streets in Japan, there is already a pair that have made it to US soil. So what should we expect from Subaru's electric vehicle?

Top 8 Concept Cars from Geneva 2008

Yet again, the Geneva Motor Show comes to a close and the crowd pleasers have to be recognized. Here are the 8 highest rated concepts from Geneva 2008.

A Custom Chopper With Bucket Seats

Even though trikes are fairly popular, not too many of them are seen on the road. Hopefully, the production of the Cirbin V13R will change that.

Pontiac Lets You Name Your Own Sport Truck

For months there have been rumors of a Pontiac G8 based Sport Truck, called an Ute in Australia. At the Chicago Auto Show, GM showed of the GMC Denali XT Concept, but said it was a hit or miss for production. Now, Pontiac has broken the silence and offered up some information, including the fact that you can name the new Ute.

Video of the Visualeyes Rayzer

Back in December, Inventorspot.com got a tip about a new product to help with nighttime driving. At the time it was still being developed and a limited amount of information was available. Now, the Visualeyes Rayzer is being produced and will be available for purchase by April.

Kia Shows Some Soul

Kia hasn't been at the forefront of the industry in the past few months, but that didn't stop them from bringing a hard hitting campaign to the Geneva Motor Show this year. To help promote the personalization capability of the new Kia Soul, they had 3 custom designs present to help kick-start the customization.

Limited Production Planned for Morgan AeroMax

Morgan Motor Company is know for their radical designs and how often they change them. Just a few days after the introduction of the LIFEcar at the Geneva Motor Show, Morgan announced that the AeroMax would enter production.