The more our motor vehicles connect to each other and the wider world, the more convenient they become. They also become more vulnerable to electronic hijacking by pranksters, hackers, and just downright bad people.
French paraglider instructor George Blottin thought there had to be a better way to fly than a noisy, unpredictable 2-stroke engine. Electric seemed the way to go, but what was available had its drawbacks, so he developed his own paraglider motor.
A Provocator From Russia
Frustrated by traffic in Moscow, Russian businessman Alexander Malyshev came up with a multi-functional car platform for the urban jungle of the 21st century: it's called the Provocator.
Wake Up, Bike Guys, Here Come The Car Gals
Car companies can only sell automobiles to half the population of the planet, so now they're starting to take a serious look at the other half who can afford an electric bike.