The iLint is powered by huge lithium ion batteries, and these get their energy from a hydrogen fuel tank on the roof of the train. The hydrail can travel almost 500 miles per day at speeds of up to 87mph, and the only sound it gives off comes from the wheels and air resistance.
Nissan is offering rides to the press in one of the vehicles, but the car still isn’t going into production. However, it said the vehicles “symbolize future technologies that will combine intelligent mobility, environmentally friendly impact and sports-car driving capabilities.”
Google’s robot car will even surrender the entire lane to the cyclist if they’re showing signs of moving closer. It might strike some drivers as overly polite, but…
Safaricom, which is 40 percent owned by Britain’s Vodafone, and Nairobi-based software developer Craft Silicon will jointly run the services.
Model S floats well enough to turn it into a boat for short periods of time. Thrust via wheel rotation.
The concept was revealed at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech exposition held in Beijing earlier this month.
Deep in the Nevada desert on Wednesday morning, a linear accelerator propelled a small sled along a purpose-built test track to a speed of almost 187km/h in just over a second.
The video quickly went viral and despite having impressed its viewers, Zapata’s remarkable invention – that he calls the Flyboard Air – left many people in doubt about the authenticity of what they’ve seen.
You really only need average 35 mins a day on your side project to net 4 hours a week on your side project. That’s 200+ hours over a year – which would allow you to do a tremendous number of things.