In cities, space is precious. That's why smaller vehicles like Smart cars are so popular for getting from point A to point B. Now, Fiat is introducing another mini option, and this one is not only fully electric but also cute, too. Called the Topolino, this mint-green automobile sports an eye-catching retro design that makes it easy to imagine in any European metropolis.
How low can you go? That's the question this outrageously low car seems to answer.
Japanese innovation has dazzled the world for decades; but with all of its state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge designs, few would...
Ever since Volkswagen released its electric van concept in 2017, North American consumers have been wondering when they'll have the opportunity to take one for a spin. While the ID. Buzz has been available in Europe since 2022, VW just announced a launch date for North America. And, along with that, they've also revealed a new, spacious design tailored for their American and Canadian customers. Volkswagen unveiled a three-row ID.
Few cars are as iconic as a red Ferrari. Many children grow up with toy models of this stunning automobile.
As electric vehicles (EV)
Founded by architect Ricardo Orts, Ulises is a Berlin-based design studio that specializes in crafting “near-future architecture.” Combining their multidisciplinary background with cutting-edge technology, Ulises uses Midjourney to produce surreal designs for the future. One of their most striking projects is Kinetic Kingdom, which looks at how future nomadic communities might live. By Ulises' design, these communities would take up residence in fantastical, multilevel campers that look more like mobile apartment buildings than any ordinary RV.
Two legends of design have joined forces to dream up a trailer concept that will have you yearning to take...
Electric cars are helping us forge a more eco-friendly future.
Inventor Robert “Rocketman” Maddox is full of vigor and wild energy, and he shares his infectious lust for life through his custom creations. Having grown up “watching rockets blast off to the Moon and Wile E. Coyote chasing the Roadrunner on his rocket/jet powered machines on TV,” his love of thrust-powered machines blossomed with time. Now, he creates his own thrilling vehicles propelled by pulse-jet engines. They’re like mini rockets you can drive.
What's shorter than a Vespa and looks a bit like a Little Tikes Cozy Coupe?
As electric vehicles become more common, there are innovators looking to improve the technology.