Electric aircraft are nothing new, but one with a tandem-wing design most certainly is. Introducing the eMagic One eVTOL, which boasts a maximum takeoff weight of 420 kg (925 lb) and can hit 106 mph, thanks to a lift-plus-cruise design, complete with eight lifting propellers distributed across two rails connecting the wings as well as a tractor propeller up front for forward flight.
Standing at over 820-feet tall, the Ain Dubai is officially the world’s tallest and largest observation wheel. Not just for tourists, it can be used for dining in the sky, exclusive celebration packages and even corporate events, a total of 19 customizable experiences.
Think of the Asean Lady superyacht as a multi-level luxury apartment that has been plopped down on a boat chassis. It was built by Pride Mega Yachts and built to sail around the world, thanks to its ability to survive a tsunami, like the one that hit Phuket, Thailand in 2004.
Classic Youngtimers Agency has built the world’s first and only Mercedes-Benz X 360d 6-wheel “Black Edition” pickup truck, and it’s a doozy. This build required a custom subframe to make room for a third axle, while keeping room for four passengers and a driver.
Before the Lamborghini Diablo was introduced in 1990, there was the Cizeta-Moroder V16T. It was conceived by automotive engineer Claudio Zampolli in a joint venture with music composer Giorgio Moroder and designed by Marcello Gandini. The vehicle itself was developed by a group of ex-Lamborghini employees.