I guess it’s better than calling it the No Roadster. Boasting what could be one of the strangest names in the industry — and that’s saying a lot, considering all the weirdos out there — the YES! Roadster 3.2 offers plenty of performance in a rather compact, convertible package. It seems to have taken styling cues from a number of sources, like the BMW Z4, Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, Porsche Boxster, and the maybe, just maybe, even the Pontiac Solstice. The tail lights are certainly funky, and that might be enough for you to want one, but behold the turbocharged 3.2L V6 powering this roadster. Using the 355 horses at will, the YES! Roadster 3.2 propels itself from 0-60mph in 3.9 seconds.
Some people claim that the next big thing in personal transport will be fully automatic, driverless cars. In May 2011, Danish architectural firm BIG proposed a driverless highway system where cars navigate the roads using robotic technology. The benefits of driverless cars, they claimed, were little or no accidents, as humans are responsible for close to 100 per cent of all traffic injuries. To further their point, they pointed out that airplanes operate smoothly on auto-pilot.