Odd-Wheel Wonders: 11 Novel Vehicles with 1 or 3 Wheels
When you get around, it's usually on two or four wheels. But the inventors of these crazy vehicles decided to go a different route by using one or three wheels.
Abandoned Tunnel Used for Secret Race Car Testing
Locals weren't going crazy when they thought they heard the sounds of race cars coming from a long-abandoned tunnel under a nearby mountain in Pennsylvania.
3D Printed Car is Strong, Light and Close to Production
Strong as steel, half the weight and running on very little gas, the plastic Urbee 2 hybrid vehicle is manufactured with a near-automated 3D printing process.
Retro Hover Cars: Editing Photos to Float Vintage Rides
Renaud Marion is well established in the realm of realistic photo editing, splicing everything from architecture to wild animals into ordinary city street scenes.
Car-Free City: China Builds Dense Metropolis from Scratch
Planned for a rural area outside Chengdu, 'Great City' will be entirely car-free, organized around central vertical housing with green spaces easily accessible.
Intelligent Interstates: 5 High-Tech 'Smart Highway' Systems
Color-changing and glow-in-the-dark paint, mini windmill-powered lights, a lane that charges your car for you magnetically while you drive and more.
Ear Shift: The Top 10 Oddly Named Chinese Cars
China's automotive industry has made great leaps forward but there's one game where Chinese carmakers are still playing catch-up... the name game.
Screen Bean Machines: 10 Classic TV and Movie MINIs
Most recently seen in the Opening Ceremonies of London's 2012 Olympic Games, the iconic Mini boasts an impressive resume of memorable TV and film appearances.
Future Shocks: 5 Incredible Concept Cars & Cool Prototypes
From two-and-three-wheeled concept cars to real-life transformers for land, sea and air, the idea of all-terrain vehicle is starting to take on new meaning both on and off the ground.
Ten More Creative Crosswalks & Zany Zebra Crossings
Crosswalks, zebra crossings and other such pedestrian right-of-ways are as much a part of modern society as bar codes, and show just as much clever variation.