The Neocean Overboat lets you glide above water, driven by three retractable foils that draw power from a 10-kw, 50-volt electric motor. This means that it can hit a top speed of 23 mph and cruise at a comfortable 17 mph, all the while being silent on water. When fully charged, you can expect up to 2-hours of continuous use.
Sussexx Campervans are known for their living spaces on wheels, and their latest project just might be their most ambitious yet. Called the Camper Car VX-E, it sources its lithium battery system from the Nissan NV200 and pairs it with a gas powertrain, making the hybrid vehicle ideal for digital nomads looking to go off the grid.
The Z-Triton 2.0 by Zeltini is touted as the world’s first amphibious camper-trike, and rightfully so. Priced from roughly $16,250 USD, this unique creation can be used as a trike on land, boat in water, and as a micro shelter when necessary.
The Air One is a practical two-person eVTOL aircraft that could one day serve as an air taxi transporting passengers between cities. Unlike the others, this one has collapsible wings, which means it can be stored in some home garages.
Nikos Manafis of Athens-based Nikos Manafis Design has seen all of the electric scooters on the market, and most either focus on either style or function. The “Bull-e” combines the best of both worlds, and in cafe racer fashion. This isn’t just a concept render, but a real prototype built on an existing rolling chassis from a scooter available on the market today. Unlike other electric scooters, this one actually has retractable cup holders.