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Lamborghini Urus the first Hybrid Plug-In SUV for sale in 2018

According to our research We 'll be seeing the first production hybrid Lamborghini soon. The publication reports that Lamborghini's research and development chief, Maurizio Reggiani, has confirmed that the Urus SUVwill be offered with a plug-in hybrid power train.

This also makes sense considering former Lamborghini CEO Stephen Winkelmann's statement that if the company ever produced a hybrid, the Urus would be the logical place for it to launch.

It's certainly nice to hear such a good information that there are people at Lamborghini that still value the subjective aspects that make sports cars great. It's also news that's sure to put fans of Lamborghini's classic, naturally aspirated sports cars at ease. 

The plug-in powertrain will not be the only one in Urus. It will also be available with twin-turbocharged technology with  4.0-liter V8 engine. 
Image & Source : businessinsider

Lexus Future Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Expressively designed luxury coupe defines a new era for the global luxury brand

The coupe’s styling, performance, and craftsmanship help position the vehicle as one of the brand’s flagship products  LC 500 utilizes and defines the brand’s new architecture that promises which enhanced dynamic capability and performance. A symbol of an evolving vehicle development culture that embraces heightened collaboration between Design and Engineering teams.

The LC 500 was driven by a strong, appealing fundamental design target (LF-LC), and engineering teams worked tirelessly to find new solutions to maintain as much of the concept in the production car as possible.

Likewise, vehicle designers were very involved from the earliest stages of the dynamic development process to understand the engineering targets and collaborate with design viewpoints and potential solutions. With LC 500, additional levels of prototype vehicle build also allowed both teams to better study design or engineering ideas…

Lito-SORA calls to be perfect Super Electric Bikes maker

It is Designed with state-of-the-art technology and the highest quality parts, the SORA is a feat of motorbike engineering.  

LITO is the first company in the motorcycle industry which develops a bike that combines electric motorization, sport-like performance and adjustable driving dynamics (the bike features an electrical seat that allows you to shift between “custom” and “sport” handling as you ride).

The system is highly integrated with touch screen GPS to map a location and tell you if you have the battery charge to get there.
It will also switch modes to save electricity based on your riding style.

In addition to the SORA, LITO provides sub-systems and design services for powerful, eco-efficient vehicles of various sizes. As these vehicles demand high performance as well as sufficient battery-storage space, and LITO can now offer solutions to meet this need.

They offer to OEM products and services that will:
Reduce cost and development timeReduce vehicle weightMaximize powerMinimize…

Zero Motorcycles manufactures the complete Electric Motorbikes

It has instant torque and power from a standstill. Imagine smooth acceleration as you throttle out of turns. Then, imagine never needing to stop at a gas station or being burdened with any scheduled power train maintenance. Pure. Powerful. Electric vehicle.  

It has Developed for aggressively take on urban environments while encouraging occasional detours to your favorite stretch of twisties, the Zero S integrates the revolutionary technology wihich has a innovative design and premium equipment.  The result is a motorcycle with breathtaking performance, a sophisticated appearance and refined ride characteristics

The Zero Motorcycles’ Z-Force® motor and power pack, the Zero S pulls hard to speeds above 90 mph and offers a city range of up to 202 miles with the optional Power Tank accessory. Or, you can take advantage of public charging stations and get back on the road three times faster with the new Charge Tank accessory. 

It is an American manufacturer of electric motorcycles. For…

Amazing you can travel Delhi to Gurgaon in 6 mins by Uber Fly car

There is an advanced aircraft engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center named Mark Moore published a white paper outlining the feasibility of electric aircraft that could take off and land like helicopters but were smaller and quieter. The vehicles would be capable of providing a speedy alternative to the dreary morning commute.

The VTOL—short for vertical takeoff and landing, or more colloquially, flying cars—inspired at least one billionaire technologist.

Replacing cars with aircraft is about as far from simple as it gets. Airspace is incredibly well regulated, and it would require strong lobbying efforts to add a whole bunch of personal aircraft into the mix. The company would also need to flesh out an infrastructure, which would include "vertiports" scattered around suburbs and cities.

Imagine traveling from San Francisco’s Marina to work in downtown San Jose—a drive that
would normally occupy the better part of two hours—in only 15 minutes. What if you could
save near…

old very cute and small cars in the world

Mini Cooper oldest:

Datsun 1971 240z 


1992 Ducati Sports car:

Austin Mini club 1971 Vintage cars 

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Uber has set a new goal for flying car by hiring NASA Engineers

Now as per our research we have found that the UBER has its aims set even higher. Much, much higher: it wants to build an on-demand urban aviation system for that they have hired NASA engineers in support of this project. That’s grown-up speak for flying cars—chosen, no doubt, to make the idea seem a little less preposterous. But Uber, it seems, is completely serious. In fact, it’s gone as far as publishing a white paper that details its ambitions for what it’s calling Uber Elevate.
“Just as skyscrapers allowed cities to use limited land more efficiently,” it enthuses, “urban air transportation will use three-dimensional airspace to alleviate transportation congestion on the ground.” Uber appears to be dreaming of what life will be like in the post-autonomous car future, when simply being able to work at the wheel isn’t good enough (but teleporters, sadly, haven’t yet been invented). 

The company envisions journeys being made by a “network of small, electric aircraft that take off a…

The perfect hybrid design concept car

The challenges that the current green and hybrid cars face are high costs and restricted range or capacity.

To overcome these, we have here the e rx, a battery-powered electric vehicle concept. It mainly features an optional range extender that can be rented at gas stations or car dealerships. Essentially this kit contains all components inside one compact box: combustion engine, exhaust system, cooling unit, and fuel tank.

It is available in different sizes with respect to its power output and the size of the fuel tank.
The car concept focuses on a very lightweight and cost-efficient design.
This is realized by the reduction of fabricated parts.

The e rx is a 2012 red dot award: design concept winner. 

Designer: Maila Thon
Source : yankodesign

Top Concept Motorcycles in the world

Mach Ness .This Motorcycle manufacturer by Arlen Ness crafted this metal monster powered by a gas-turbine helicopter engine. The aluminum outer shell with noticeably large rivets gives it a sort of steam punk edge that you just won’t get from carbon fiber and plastic.Its body has been shaped entirely by hand, which lends to why it’s not being mass produced, Icare Bike Concept we had access to all the possible concept designs for Batman’s motorcycle the Icare Bike Concept would certainly be on the list. you can just imagine the Dark Knight leaning into a tight turn on this sleek black bike. Icare isn’t just a wonderful concept, but a real working design which proves too by having powered by a six-cylinder 1.8 liter Honda engine with dual exhaust . Right now it’s still up in the air whether or not it will go into production, but keep you fingers crossed. 
Halbo Future Duo-Wheel BMW This is incredibly small and fast motorcycle and could care less about your personal safety then we’ve go…

Future car BMW

It’s difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.”

Sure, it’s a wry remark about the accuracy of superfluous prognostication but that doesn’t stop human beings from seeking to peer past the horizon. From trying to plot a course through years of academia to sorting out what’s for dinner, we’re always looking expectantly to the future. One way to qualify the passage of time is through technology eras, each hallmarked by the progression of transportation — from steam engine to internal combustion, jet propulsion, and so on. This is why flying cars and robot-piloted taxis remain a staple in science fiction narratives. But putting the Jetsons aside for a moment, what’s actually in store for the automotive world in the next few years?

Bosch has also demonstrated its ability to have all these systems communicate with its traffic jam assist technology. This system, with the help of a stereo video camera (to perceive depth the same way our two eyes allow), traffic jam assists ma…