TRANSLOGIC 30: SEMA + X Prize Winners

SEMA may be best known for its outlandish display of aftermarket bling, but we went in search of some legitimate tech. We found the Mission One PLE electric sportbike, Wattshocks regenerative suspension system, and the winners of the automotive X Prize. http://translogic.aolautos.com/

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Aether Cruise Experience
macbyers.com This is my final year university project for Transport Design BA (Hons) at the University of Huddersfield. This is a luxury cruise concept based upon an airship platform. This allows passengers to travel at high speed in luxury. It is also provide to guest with some of the most breathtaking views available. This airship is based on the technology currently being developed by Aeroscraft. This means it uses its engines as its primary source of lift, while using the Helium to simply offset to weight of the cargo. It also has an air ballast system allowing the crew to regulate to total weight of the craft by compressing air.





1000 Watt 36 Volt All Terrain Electric Scooter Review
Review of the 2012 Super-turbo 36 Volt 1000 Watt electric racing scooter. Note, this is not the 48V Lithium version! We are not selling these scooters nor affiliated with any of the sellers. This video is purely a review!





Tango - Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE
Tango is an innovative half-lane tandem two-seat commuter car with over 33 kWh of lithium-ion battery storage. This striking vehicle challenges our perception of what a vehicle can be. A crowd favorite, this BEV is poised to enter low-volume production. Class: Alternative (Tandem) No. of wheels: Four Passengers: Two Drive type: Rear-wheel drive Power source: 2 100-hp electric motors, one driving each rear wheel. Fuel type: Electricity. 1.6 kwh of lead-acid batteries are standard, but in the Xprize competition, the car will run with about 8 kwh of lithium-ion batteries. Claimed range: 40 miles with lead-acid batteries; 200 on lithium ion Charging: 110-volt, 40 amp on-board charger. For more information: http://progressiveautoxprize.org GET INVOLVED! Watch Awards Show Live 9/16/2010 http://progressiveautoxprize.org/Live Blog http://autoblog.xprize.org/axp Facebook http://facebook.com/PIAXP Twitter http://twitter.com/progautoxp Flickr http://flickr.com/progressiveautoxprize





DIY Submarine - Mikhail Puchkov's homebuilt sub
Video about Mikhail Puchkov and the submarine he built in his attic in Russia, back when it was the USSR. He was caught by the KGB and sent to shipbuilding institute at St. Petersburg. Originally pedal-powered, he eventually refitted it with electric motors after a 40 mile voyage.




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