What we'll all be driving in 2020 - the Pyramid Car
When are boffins going to realise that we don't want duel-temperature taps or automaton vacuum cleaners; the future is about jet packs, damn all your eyes to hell. We may accept futuristic cars but only if they fly, or hover at the very least. We don't don't to save money or the environment, we don't want vehicles powered by renewable energy sources - because time and again you build ludicrous contraptions like this jalopy:
Sweet muscular Christ almighty, the pyramid car is bobbins for sure, but inventor Greg Zanis is having none of it:
We plan on making a real car that can go over 300 mph with a aluminium frame and 4 wheel drive. We will sell this car for 12k to 20K. The car will last for 1,000,000 miles and will have more power then most all gas cars out there.
Course it will Greg, because there's a massive market for cars that simultaneously fail to meet the needs of most car buyers in having just one seat, and make the driver look like a prize dick. Still, if you're tempted you've only four days to get your bids in on eBay to buy the prototype. If you share Greg's vision of the future, you can read about about his project here.