here are a few vehicle designs out there that would make Batman green with envy. If the vigilante has never stolen before, he’s sure to break in and steal this one from you, if it ever has to be parked in your garage. We’re talking about Carl Cepress’ hovercraft design. Amazingly beautiful, it looks as fast as it’s supposed to go or at least we hope it does. Aerodynamically chiseled out, this one has a cockpit for the user upfront and its engine down below. The tail fin serves its purpose too, making sure it cuts through the air at the right time to keep the hovercraft steady without letting its backside wobble around. With a jet-like seating for two, just thinking and looking at a sketch of a vehicle like this makes us await our future. It’s electric cars for now. We’re sure to have flying cars next!
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Have you always wanted to drive a scooter, but you just couldn’t stand the thought of people laughing at your low-powered little vehicle chugging along at a pace barely faster than walking speed? Artist Norio Fujikawa’s depiction of a hover scooter might be just what you need to quiet the doubter in you and get you onto a fuel-efficient scooter.
First look at the Jetbike design by Dario Cavaliere and it looks more like a bronco bull charging towards you. This niche concept unearths from the current automotive scenario where designing compact efficient locomotives is paramount. Dario’s Jetbike is powered by a jet engine that is evident from the amount of power required to keep the vehicle off the ground and thrust it forward. For cooling the jet engine at peak performance during the ride, front grille is equipped with air intake system To provide stability and keep the Jetbike from coming crashing down on the ground anti-gravity system (located below the engine) provides the input for keeping it afloat.
If someone asks what this vehicle should be called, it’s a sheer fun vehicle with go anywhere capacity. The brainchild of UK based concept designer, Philip Pauley, the Halo Intersceptor concept can morph into a jet, a helicopter, or a boat. All you need to do is slip on some extra parts and poof.
If you really go crazy about Sci-Fi vehicles, the one pictured above will surely entice you. The brainchild of Gregory H. Schultz, this somewhat bizarre vehicle surely opens up the next frontier in automotive personal transport. Christened as Azure Tow, the vehicle has a top cruising speed of 1000kmh and a range of more than 2000km. What’s more? Well, this vehicle runs on any fuel from diesel to natural gas and has far better fuel economy than any modern sports car offers.