Three Hiriko Folding Electric Cars Fit In One Standard Parking Spot

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Most of us have had this experience. You head into the busy downtown of a crowded metropolis and there simply isn’t any parking on the street. There has to be a more efficient way to cram more cars into the same amount of space, and the Hiriko folding electric car looks like it will be able to do that.

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Hase Klimax 2x power assisted recumbent bike keeps away rain

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Tge Hase Klimax 2x recumbant bike saves you from the rain with an optional portable rain cover. It’s basically a recumbant bike (it’s really a trike, since there are three wheels), but it is power-assisted. There is an electric motor there to “assist users climbing hills or over logner stretches.” There are pedals too, if you want to make use of your own human power.

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London Heathrow Airport gains ULTra PRT autonomous point-to-point transport pods

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Do you know what’s the biggest problem with the typical shuttle buses that you find at many airports? They have to run on an endless loop, even if there are no passengers that need to get from point A to point B. You also end up stopping at stops that neither have people getting on or people getting off. The new autonomous pod car system by ULTra PRT, unleashed at Heathrow Airport in London, fixes that.

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Citroen-sponsored E-3POD Antistatic electric trike concept vehicle

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As much as we would like to believe otherwise, the conventional gas-powered car is going to be the primary mode of transport for the foreseeable future. That doesn’t mean, though, that we can’t innovate when it comes to secondary vehicles, as is the case with the E-3POD Antistatic.

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Paper waste powered car roams Washington

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We’ve all heard about alternative fuels and how we should be considering them for the next generation of vehicles. You could use hydrogen fuel cells, but Novozymes and Fiberight have come up with a more interesting solution: paper. They’ve taken waste paper and waste cardboard from government offices in DC and turned that garbage into gas.

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