At GM’s CES keynote, the company showed off a number of Cadillac vehicles, both real and imagined, to explain its vision for the future of transport. On the fantastic side, the company presented two concept vehicles that it says will exemplify its “halo portfolio.” First up is a single-seater drone, a VTOL craft with a 90kW battery, that can travel from rooftop-to-rooftop at up to 90 kilometers (56 miles) per hour.
No, this isn’t a design from SpaceX—but given Elon Musk‘s ambitions when it comes to interstellar travel, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn he’s got something like Charlie Automotive’s CYBER6 v2 concept on the drawing board. Continue reading SPACEX CYBERTRUCK CONCEPT PUTS TESLA ON THE MOON
Volkswagen knows we’re tired of them yanking our chain with the never-ending line of concepts promising to revive the beloved classic hippie bus, and they swear that this time, they really mean it: this will be the new bus sometime soon.
If you’ve ever pushed a bike down a hill, you know that two-wheeled vehicles can balance themselves when traveling at higher speeds. It’s when you’re riding slower that balancing gets a little more challenging, unless your motorcycle’s equipped with Honda’s new experimental Riding Assist technology so it automatically balances itself.
Parisian custom motorcycle designer Sylvain Berneron’s Holographic Hammerstudio cranks out mind-bending bike sketches that beg to be built, so Fuelmagazine chatted with the two-wheeled stylist about his renderings.
MAKE NO MISTAKE: Drones are coming, and they’re going to change a lot of things about how we shape our lives. So why shouldn’t we change how we shape our buildings to get ready for them?