Nobe 100 – Vintage Electric Three-Wheeled Car

Electric vehicles are changing what is possible in automotive design. The Nobe 100 takes electric technology and packages it in a small, three-wheeled city car wrapped in a beautiful, vintage-themed design. With a range of 137 miles and a top speed of 68 MPH, the Nobe is perfect for urban travel, but its most impressive features have nothing to do with performance. The car is made entirely from reusable or recycled parts and has upgradable systems to keep the car relevant long into the future. Nobe is currently crowdfunding to get production going and is just 40% away from their goal. And don’t forget to check other three-wheeled electric cars: Vanderhall Edison and Elio.

Self-balancing Unicycles AirWheel

The AirWheel offers an awesomely futuristic way of going from A to B. The self balancing unicycle transportation device uses the latest in gyro technology and regenerates energy back into the battery as you go, just like an electric car does, and is an environmentally friendly alternative to taking the metro or bus. It’s easy to use: you just need to lean forwards to go forward, to the side to turn, and back to slow down or go backwards, and the power cuts automatically if you jump off, so it’s safe too. AirWheel is portable and lightweight, and features a handle so you can carry it around until you need to go again. It’s also waterproof and, depending on the model, the battery lasts for up to 28 miles of constant use. There are various different models available, and the company ships worldwide. You can also watch the video inside to see the AirWheel in action.