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Drag racing returns to Cuba, or at least it will soon. On the line are the '57 Chevys and Fords that time forgot. And now it's the subject of an unfinished film.
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The key to dealing with jet lag just turns out to be a matter of math and sunshine.
Solar Impulse 2 will undergo a series of test flights in May, followed by training flights over Switzerland.
San Francisco residents have recently reported multiple incidents of the lightweight cars being flipped over on city streets.
Wonks have long cautioned that 'the rebound effect' will mean that people will celebrate their high-mpg vehicles by spending more time behind the wheel. In reality, fuel economy is at a record high, and vehicle miles traveled keeps dropping.
The new plane features 17,000 solar cells and a larger cockpit in an effort to allow the pilot to fly for longer periods of time.
It's all about mobility and independence, and the new Horizon electric tricycle — designed by a disabled psychologist — offers both.
With the Fit Kit Beta, the car company throws down the gauntlet to the handcraft culture — with tongue firmly in cheek.
It's net-zero living at its finest, with geothermal, ultra-low water consumption and a plug-in car that runs on solar power.
Malaysian Airlines has also acknowledged the loss of the flight, notifying family members via text message.
About 17 cars per hour burn in the U.S. — and Porsche, GM, Jeep and Honda have all recently recalled cars for fire risk.
Malaysian Airlines flight 370 went missing for weeks, creating one of the mysterious events in aviation history, but it's not unprecedented.
It seems unlikely, but industrial sites are being turned into wildlife preserves through novel corporate/nonprofit partnerships.
The Airlander can carry more freight on less fuel to some of the most remote regions on Earth. There is, however, a catch.
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