– [Glen] Whether you’re
heading out to the water, soaring into the air or if you prefer to stay on the ground, one of these vehicles
will prove to be a blast. This is Glen and today
we’ve got 15 crazy-cool land, air and sea vehicles for you. (electronic music) – [Female Voice] Number 15. – [Glen] The king of
dawrf cars, Ernie Adams, loved the original ’49 Mercury so much he decided to build his own from scratch. The car, made famous
originally by James Dean in his movie Rebel Without a Cause, soon became a household name. Adams made his first dwarf
car in 1965 out of the metal from nine different
refrigerators cut into pieces and has worked to improve
his craft from that day on. Named Rebel Rouser, it took just over five years
to build this dwarf car that looks like it came straight off a miniature factory line. Powered by a 1290 cc Toyota
motor and a Toyota drivetrain, this car can easily
cruise at highway speeds and tops out at around 100 miles per hour. Everything except the
mirrors and spotlights were hand tooled by Adams
with the utmost care. Everything on this car looks exactly like the original full size version. Since this was all handmade, you won’t find one on any showroom floor. But if he made one, you can too. – [Female Voice] Number 14. – [Glen] Patriot Campers took a GXL Toyota Landcruiser dual cab
which, let’s be honest, is a pretty nice vehicle by itself, and made it into the king
of the off-road jungle. The LC79 features almost a
whole foot of extended chassis. R0H wheels with Mickey Thompson tires, a suspension upgrade to 3800 kilograms, TJM barwork, a front and rear winch, water tank and electric pump,
a Hema navigation HN7 module, and a GME UHF radio. And we haven’t even gotten
to all the extras yet. You can have one of these
built to your specifications and boy are there a lot of options. Extras include 2X Xray 220 HID lights and a 1200 millimeter
quad optic light bar, an ARB twin compressor kit, a programmable pedal torque controller, JMACX coil conversion kit, a Rhino Pioneer roof platform, a mini canopy that
includes a storage drawer, camper storage, a fridge,
a dog crate tray built in, and a James Baroud Evo tent. You can basically live in this thing. With the power behind the vehicle and all the extras you can get, there is no stopping you on
an adventure with this thing. Pricing for the LC79 Supertourer
starts out at $125,000. – [Female Voice] Number 13. – [Glen] Sometimes described
as a jet ski with wings, the Icon A5 is a stunning
example of versatility. With actual landing gear
and Seawing platforms, you have a landing pad on the ground as well as in the water. The versatility doesn’t stop there either. The wings fold up and the
aircraft can be easily transported by a car-pulled trailer. The Icon A5 comes with a
Rotax 912iS Sport engine, supplying 100 horsepower to the aircraft. The A5 was made with a
Spin-Resistant Airframe, making it safer for a new pilot. Due to the engineering of the aircraft, in the case of a stall, the body resists spinning while
maintaining manual control and descending in a safe rate. With room for two inside the cockpit, this aircraft makes the
perfect vacation vehicle. It comes with quite a few
little extras as well. There are storage compartments placed inside the Seawing platforms as well as advanced running
lights for maximum visibility. It even comes with a parachute system if the unthinkable happens. The A5 pricing starts at around $200,000. – [Female Voice] Number 12. – [Glen] Fishing trip during the day? No problem. Fishing trip at night? No problem. On the water camping? No problem. Boat party all day and all night? No problem. The Formula 430 All Sports
Crossover is the envy of all water crafts
because of its versatility. I mean this thing has 32 cup holders. That’s just amazing. Equipped with four Mercury
300 Verado Outboard motors with the option to upgrade
them to the 350 or 400 models, this boat will get you
where you need to go with speed and style. The 430 ASC has a state of
the art navigation system built into the cockpit. It comes with full cabin accommodations which are usually only
included in closed bow vessels. It has two kitchens, one in the cabin and one under the canopy of the boat. For all the fishing fanatics, it comes with a
pressurized live bait tank, a prep station for freshly cut fish, built-in storage for
all your fishing tackle, and a 75 galleon fish box
under the port side seat with refrigerator and freezer coils to keep the day’s catch nice and cool. Pricing for this starts
out at a cool $1 million. (bass rift) – [Female Voice] Number 11. – [Glen] The AERO-X is a next
generation idea for mobility. Using tandem ducted fans,
it can achieve a max height of about 12 feet off of the ground. The fan blades are also enclosed in a shroud for added safety. The AERO-X is about 15 feet
long and about 7 feet wide and has the ability to
carry two passengers. A naturally aspirated
three-rotor rotary engine powers the fixed-pitch carbon fiber fans and runs off automotive grade fuel. The entire vehicle is
made from carbon fiber, fiberglass composite and Kevlar to ensure safety and strength. The design of the AERO-X
allows it to be piloted similarly to driving a motorbike. This allows for the
movements to be intuitive while piloting a vehicle
in three dimensions. Optimized for rugged
environments like farms, ranches and underdeveloped regions with no roads, dirt and debris are not an issue for the fan blades or the motor. Due to the three
dimensional operating area, it’s not recommended
for mountainous regions or anywhere the altitude changes quickly. Pre-orders are available now and the price is expected
to be around $85,000. – [Female Voice] Number 10. – [Glen] This ultra
minimalistic helicopter is one of the lightest
manned helicopters out there. Measuring just over 20 feet long, the Mosquito Air delivers performance, reliability and ease of flight. The Mosquito is made up
of aircraft grade aluminum to maximize weight savings without reducing strength or safety. The entire engine package
only weighs 70 pounds, increasing the weight
savings even further. The main rotor is controlled from a floor-mounted
joystick and a control mixer. The tail rotor is
controlled by foot pedals. The compact 64 horsepower
engine allows the Mosquito to hit max speeds of
up to 70 miles an hour while consuming five
galleons of fuel each hour. The maximum range is 60 miles and its normal cruising
speed is 55 miles an hour. While flying is normally
an expensive hobby, the Mosquito makes it a little cheaper, costing only $20,000. – [Female Voice] Number nine. – [Glen] While this one looks more suited for a post-apocalyptic wasteland
than your city streets, the Devel Sixty is a
force to be reckoned with. Produced by the same company that made a 5,000 horsepower supercar, its pedigree speaks for itself. With a 6.7 liter turbo diesel V8, the Devel Sixty pumps out
a whopping 700 horsepower and goes zero to sixty in 5.8 seconds. It has full six wheel drive
and independent suspension. The tires are all on military rims and the vehicle has seating for up to six. The Devel Sixty comes standard with height adjustable suspension, two inches for the front and back, front and rear cameras, a night vision display
on the front and rear, and custom interior and
exterior color options. The most beneficial feature of the car is that everyone on the road
will get right out of your way. Pricing on this one
starts out at $450,000. – [Female Voice] Number eight. – [Glen] The Rokon Trail-Breaker has been around since the 60s and has been making waves ever since. The world’s original and
longest producing manufacturer of all-wheel drive motorcycles, Rokon has been delivering performance for longer than some of
their riders have been alive. The Trail Breaker has
unmatched versatility for work or recreational activities due to its lightweight design, wide tires for any terrain, and a high ground clearance
for driving over obstacles. The Trail-Breaker delivers
sure-footed traction with the tires and plenty of pulling power thanks to the all-wheel drive system. Superior torque from the
all-wheel drive system allows the Trail-Breaker
to tow up to 2,000 pounds. A little 208 cc engine
pushing seven horsepower allows the motorcycle to
travel up to 35 miles an hour. Price tag on this one is a modest $8,000. – [Female Voice] Number seven. – [Glen] Innovators at the
NASA Johnson Space Center, in collaboration with
an automotive partner, have developed the Modular
Robotic Vehicle or MRV for short. The vehicle is completely electric and has no mechanical
connections to the propulsion, steering or brake systems. Instead the driver
relies on control inputs being converted to electrical signals and transmitted by wire to
the motors in the vehicle. The MRV is driven by four
independent wheel modules called e-corners. Each wheel can be rotated 180
degrees on its steering axis. You could literally drive 180% sideways and parallel park the car downtown. The MRV was made to learn about
and develop new technologies that could be applied to
future Rover expeditions. While those technologies will
be applied in future Rovers, for now, we get to reap the benefits of those new technologies in the MRV. While the MRV won’t be
for sale any time soon, you could license the
technology used in the MRV and create your very own. – [Female Voice] Number six. – [Glen] The Seabreacher
is the adrenalin junkie’s best friend out on the water. With its design similar to a crazy mash up of a fish and a fighter jet, the looks won’t be the only
thing that grabs your attention. Semi-submersible, the
Seabreacher is capable of diving down under
the surface of the water and rapidly rising upward,
breaching through the surface. The clear acrylic canopy
allows the pilot and passenger a clear view of everything
above and around them. A second underwater view port gives you vision of everything
underneath you as well. Unlike conventional watercraft, the Seabreacher operates
more like an aircraft with control over pitch, roll and yaw. This allows the vessel
to carve left and right, jump over or dive under waves and even do barrel rolls under water. The Seabreacher was designed with self-righting weight distribution. The wing and engine weight is
all located low in the vessel so even if you find yourself upside down, you’ll quickly roll
around to right side up. Pricing on this one starts
out at around $80,000. – [Female Voice] Number five. – [Glen] If you happen to be planning an expedition to the Arctic Circle, you might wanna bring this
tank of a vehicle with you. The ARKTOS evacuation
craft was originally made for offshore oil rigs in the Arctic in case anything ever went wrong. But it has since been used in many different rescue fashions. The ARKTOS evacuation craft
can carry over 50 passengers on board and can traverse many
different types of terrain. The craft gave up wheels
for a track system, not only to increase mobility but also to increase passenger seating by eliminating all the extra components that come with a standard drivetrain. Each track is powered by its own 260 horsepower Cummins Diesel Engine. On land, the engines are
linked through hydraulic motors and propel the ARKTOS to speeds
of up to 10 miles an hour. While in the water, the vessel operates more like a jet ski using a water jet combined with a 360
degrees steerable nozzle. It propels the craft at
speeds up to six knots. The tracks, which are covered in spikes, allow the ARKTOS to traverse
any type of icy terrain and climb 34 degree inclines. The price tag on this
one is getting up there. Around $3 million. – [Female Voice] Number four. – [Glen] It’s slick, it’s futuristic, and it flies. The Blackfly is another
breakthrough innovation in personal flight. The future is now. And with enough luck, flying vehicles will be
everyone’s mode of transportation. Being all electric, the Blackfly causes no
emissions during use. Not only that but it comes
with a vertical takeoff and landing system so
you can get up in the air and back down on the ground even with limited space to maneuver. It also has cruise control if you’d rather stare out the window and just enjoy the ride. It has a takeoff and landing assist system and if you’re feeling really fancy, it has a return-to-home feature where it will take you
home and land itself. The Blackfly is controlled by
an intuitive joystick system and multiple helpers for the uneasy pilot. It achieves lift with eight propellers mounted on the front and back wings. It comes standard with
a ballistic parachute should the need to bail out arise. And a low powered glide mode so hopefully you won’t have to bail. Pricing has not been
released on this plane but they say it will be comparable to the price of a new SUV. – [Female Voice] Number three. – [Glen] During a time
when aerodynamic knowledge was still new and the art
deco style was everywhere, Orley Ray Courtney took a
1934 Henderson Streamliner model KJ motorcycle and
designed and handcrafted an aerodynamic shell that
encased the entire motorcycle. The upgrades he made to the motorcycle didn’t stop just at the stunning design. It featured 10 inch wheels
and high profile balloon tires sourced from the aircraft industry to give it a silky-smooth ride. The modified chassis
included hydraulic brakes and a modified Henderson KJ fork in front and a modern rear independent suspension. It has a car-like dashboard, a large headlamp that
move with the steering, and a raked-back screen that deflected air onto the rider’s chest. This one of a kind motorcycle
would be extremely hard to get a hold of since it
spends most of its time at the Northeast Classic Car
Museum in Norwich, New York. – [Female Voice] Number two. – [Glen] Though it may look like Jawas are about to jump out and
start scavenging for parts, this is no sandcrawler. It’s the JL421 Badonkadonk, or just Donk for short. This thing is built like a tank and it’s definitely not
street legal in most states. But then again, who’s
gonna stop this tiny tank? The Donk is one of a kind armored land cruiser recreational tank. It can transport up to five people internally or on the roof. It can be piloted from the inside or from an exposed standing
position through the hatch. It comes with a 1,000 watt sound system so everyone can hear
your mobile tank party a mile before they see you. And of course, it has a
pyro technique effect system with optional rocket pods. The outside of the vehicle is
covered in light armored steel providing you with ample
protection from stray blaster fire. Lucky for you there’s no need for deep space travel to
Tatooine for one of these. They can be found on
Amazon starting at $20,000. Before we show you our number one pick, don’t forget to comment down below and let us know which
one of these vehicles will jumpstart your next adventure. – [Female Voice] Number one. – [Glen] The jet powered
glider built for one has to be one of the most
stylish ways to get around. With a jet engine powering
the glider from take off, after adequate altitude is achieved, the engine is turned off and it can be flown as
an unpowered glider. It’s only seven feet long but
has a wingspan of 32 feet. You pilot the glider from a
prone position at the center. Turning is as simple
as shifting your weight and using a few handles
to control the rudder. Underneath where you lay,
there’s a jet engine. With considerable separation from the walls of the engine pod in order to permit better cooling and prevent excessive fire risk, most of the glider is made
from fiber reinforced plastic with a wooden skeleton, making the thing rather light,
weighing only a 150 pounds. The glider can reach speeds
up to 75 miles an hour and has a passenger weight
limit around 110 pounds. Unfortunately for us, there are no plans for this
glider to be mass produced, nor would the blueprints
be freely available due to the safety risks associated with inexperienced pilots. – Hey guys, this is Cassie. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. Tell us in the comments below what you found to be the
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  2. Number 1 has a passenger weight limit of 110 pounds?? That sucks for weight lifters! Why did you fail to cover rocket or jet packs?

  3. i just wonder how much of that technology will just end up being used against us the working man new age slaves hows that for a futuristic look at the working-class people in this once great nation save the planet water is life corruption is the death of all that is stand up to corruption and live to love machines for our future of time and minds eye design great video guys together we stand ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

  4. The Sea Breacher would be a fun little ride, but the Black Fly is both water and air capable. Fly to the coast for an afternoon dive on some reefs!

  5. This video of the 15 coolest cars aspires, inspires, and energizes me. This video reminds me to hold on, work and never let go of your technological ideas or inventions.

  6. Imagineers:
    Look to the future by designing a craft with the ability to perform under water, on water and fly. Now that's imagination.!

  7. I am intrigued by the Rotax-powered Mylar-covered amphibious airplane, exactly what part of it's design (borrowed/stolen from Great Lakes Planes) prevents spinning in a stall condition? The incredibly weak T-tail section? The Sir-Not-Appearing-In-This-Film forward canards? The massive 100hp engine mounted a foot above the highest part of the airplane that any time power is applied you go from stable to nose-down stance?

    You avoid a spin by avoiding a stall. This airframe does little to prevent that. Actually, having the rear elevators on the high T-tail directly behind the prop wash could INCREASE your risk of stalling because while the aircraft loses lift, you're still blowing smoke up your skirt, the elevators, to make the nose point up beyond a stable flight envelope. Picture a pilot handing his cocktail to his copilot while saying "I got this." with bitchin' betty in the background.

  8. #12, "On the water camping"… on a fishing boat. Gee, that dining room up forward looks comfy. Including the unsecured bottle of red wine, and the 2 glasses filled to the brim, on a boat "table" that has no means of preventing spilly-messy-losing things at all. Cause yeah, oceans never make waves. Looking at it, there's ZERO borders on any flat surface to prevent spills inside. I see 3 candle fires waiting to happen. I guess that's where we roast marshmallows waiting for the coast-guard to save us from our fishing boat-tent. It's got 32 cup holders, and NOT ONE are in the "mess". Having worked in the Aleutians, I'd say that "fishing boat" would look like a crime scene within a week. This is for rich morons who prefer to fish from the bay they're anchored in, except, Javier the chef has to do it because they are desperately needed for a shopping trip in San Tropez.

  9. #10, "The Mosquito". Kudos for the aircraft grade aluminum, but it's still just a 1-man helicopter that can only fly for less than an hour. Aluminum for weight savings is good, but why not go with carbon composite, heck those saw-blades alone have to weigh 500 lbs apiece. No instrumentation at all, not even a fuel gauge, better plan your impact zone as the engine sputters out. Did you see the hard plastic "airport waiting room seat" they screwed in for the pilot? Unidirectional-blade helicopter designs are inherently inefficient, but this one is worse than the cheapest Robinson you could scrounge up on craigslist. There are literally electric vehicles with better speed and range.

  10. #9: "Rokor Trail Breaker". Okay, for under $8,075 you can have an all 2, yes, 2! Both tires drive, on a 4-stroke 7 horsepower lawnmower powered (air cooled, no radiator) bike that can climb stuff (warning, for slopes exceeding 1086 degrees, you just have to hop off and push sometimes (based on the video), an autoshift torque converter (anyone else hate POLARIS? There's a reason why they're last in quad/3-wheeler/2-wheelers) with 3 gear for a top speed of 35 mph. Whoooaaah, there! Now, I might buy a recycled lawnmower minibike, but I didn't want to plummet to my death at 35 miles per heads. Come to think of it, I've had 4 lawnmowers that could probably outrun this pos and outclimb it *while cutting my ditch*. Free bonus, my 4 wheel 2–double-wheel not-Rokor lawnmower came with electric start. Rokor does not. Per instructions, if it is cold, apply choke, and start by pulling the rope. At no point does it ever say to turn off the choke.

    Mine has 8 forward gears, it does not. Mine can cut and mulch, it cannot. My mower has a cupholder. It does not. I could cite one of my favorite all both-double-wheel-drive vehicles, a Suzuki quadrunner 250. I got out in the tundra many times, and I was always able to lift it out, 1 end at a time, no matter how buried it got. Strong, and light. By today's standards, it's long in tooth. With 3 speed differential, 5 speed tranny, I could drive forward or reverse in 15 gears up to 60mph with a slight tailwind. It was strong enough to tow a pickup, at least for a bit. Bald tires on sharp gravel, I got Cleetus out of the ditch, but not much farther. I paid $1,200 for mine, used. Made that much hauling sportfishermen from the airstrip to the river, and hauling their fish back in a plywood box on the back, in 1 summer in Alaska. To maximize efficiency, I took the same plastic crap airport/bus waiting room chair from the Skeeter, drilled some holes in it, and roped it to the front rack of my quadrunner. Passengers brave enough ride on front and do 55mph on rough trails as their fishing waders got sucked under my front tires got an experience of a lifetime and shaved 40 minutes from their up-down-up-down-up trek back to showers and the dinner table.

    The Rokor is advertised with "flotation". No, it's not like the old Honda 110 3-wheeler (James Bond/Sean Connery-Diamonds are Forever) that would actually *float*, they mean the hollow-drum wheels can provide flotation in mud sand, or snow (they missed a comma). Or maybe mudsand is a thing. Is that like quicksand?

    The old Honda 110 3-wheeler, it did float. One of my best friends almost got washed out into the lake from Bear Creek because he borrowed his brother's 3-wheeler for the Jr. High prom. He's rented a tux weeks in advance (250 miles from pavement), hops on the bike, crosses bear creek, and the motor sputters. His brother didn't replace the rubber cover over the spark plug connector, and he shorted it out. Tricky things, those 110's, you can't just yank the starter rope to start it as you're bob-bob-bobbin along, on the deep blue sea. You'll tip over. He had his 80's tux and mullet on, had to remove his sneakers, and lean over and paddle himself ashore with his shoes. He was a couple hours late. But had a good story to tell.

     To the Rokor? Is it cool? Sort of. 8 year olds are pissing themselves to get a all-but-only-2-wheel-drive scooter with not as big monster mud tires as any real quad?. The fact it's only 2 horsepower higher than a 1970's cushman minibike, split across 2 wheels instead of just one, and is actually SLOWER than that minibike makes it less appealing. The Cush could be picked up and carried over rough terrain, sort of like the old Honda Trail-90. This monster weighs 218 lbs before you spend 85 on the side pouch, 85 more for the finger guards, and all the other add ons, plus 35mph top end, and the range is what? Well, after digging through this made for English south korean website, we aren't told what the range is on a full tank. Or even the capacity of the fuel tank, I'm guessing around 2, 2.5 gallons. My old POS Rupp 3hp minibike would beat this in handling, top end, and if I get to "hop" to clear obstacles like they did in the video, I'd beat 'em on the hillclimb.

    According to the 2019 owner's guide, it can be used to cross water of up to 24 inches of depth. NO SWIMMING! Do not JUMP your Rokon, as injury or damage be permit. You really need to read the "how to operating" link.

    This sounds like China's Road-Dawg amphibious car attempt to infiltrate the US auto market, the USDOT killed it because of [REDACTED]

  11. #8: The Seabreacher. It's been featured on "Beyond 2000", it's literally had 30 years to innovate beyond the positive-bouyancy sub we see today. The vehicle is actually a surface vessel capable of diving to a limited degree. Unlike our typical concept of submarines, this does not have ballast tanks to help you sink underwater. Plus side, if you lose power, you float to the surface, then have to soak all your electronics in saltwater to escape! So while it may have increased charge, it doesn't sound like it's any faster now than it was then, they just stuck funny faces on the existing hull, so you can be JAWS! Grraaarr! Or a Marlin! Or an Orca! So can I get one with a seahorse on the front? And I know your next question before you said it, it DOES come with a quad-stereo radio, so you can pretend you're the Maverick of the seahorses as you pilot your way through the Red Route One sea canyons (Hunt for Red October) listening to Highway to the Dangerzone.

    It's really good at jumping to the surface, but it's hard to keep at a stable depth unless you poke holes in it, then it's dead easy. Do not use it to explore pirate ships. Do not attempt to tow water-skiers from the back. Do not attempt to ingest Sunbreacher, re-apply every 3 hours of direct exposure to sunlight.

  12. #1 jet powered glider. Or is it a jato wingsuit? Total carrying capacity of 110lbs is a bit pointless unless you're a girl with multiple limb amputations to adjust for fuel capacity. The design is sound, but why not go with brushless ducted fan electric motors for thrust, so you have more low-altitude power? Jets, whether turbofans or pulse-jet are not efficient at low altitudes, where this would be flying.

  13. @12.03 when introducing the Arktose evacuation craft…the narration was correct, but your text showed Seabreacher (the prior segment).

  14. The Opensky M-02 was inspired by the aircraft from the anime movie "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind" by Hayao Miyazaki. What makes it so amazing was someone who loved the movie was able to duplicate a fantasy aircraft and make it work. There is a separate video that tells how it was made.

  15. Oh, no! Not another one of those videos where they desperately ask you to subscribe or hit the like button. No more,"Hi, this is so-and-so,…" Whew!!!

  16. I am incredibly interested in the woman at the end of the video! I'm sorry but she's friggin cute! Plus, I bet riding her is more fun than anything else in the video!!

  17. My favorites were the Black Fly and the Sea Breakers – they were the most unique and affordable units. But all in all. Each one of the designs were out of this World and very inspirational. It is great to see people out there making innovation like these transportation vehicles. It is about time we as a Society have people in the mix making the Jetson come true…

  18. Aero-x . No I don’t think so. There seems to be a lack of control, remember you only have one life. $85k got to be joking.

  19. Am I the only one who thought about Mad magazine's Spy vs. Spy upon seeing the Sea Breacher? My choice is the mosquito helicopter. Guilty pleasure for the six wheel drive vehicle.

  20. 16:46 whats really funny about the person flying is their wearing a helmet… like the bike helmet was going to help save your life while your falling hundreds of feet lmfao.

  21. Due to the risk associated with inexperienced pilots..and how much experience did the creator have first time he/she flew it? No risk there?
    I'm not going to spend much on anything I cant use to escape some type of criminal activity. Another words I'm not just going to buy it because other people will like it. It's an investment. The I conA5The mosquito.The Glider. Especially the fly.
    Although I do fancy the Sea Breacher. That might work. I would get it for exploring underwater treasures etc.
    Basically I'm not in it for funsies. I'm in it to gain.
    "In this country you gotta get the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power."

  22. IDK it's a tough choice but anything that hovers or flies is my favorite. I grew up hearing "in 50 years we'll all just get in our hover cars for work" but looks like that might actually happen

  23. "Independent suspension" on the rear of a motorcycle????? How else could you possibly have rear suspension on a single wheel? Unless that motorcycle has two rear wheels??

  24. seabreacher was a colossal failure for the investors… happens when your promotion team is heavy on hype and fighter jet pilots and low on anyone with a clue about how a fish swims… initially modeled as an underwater f-15…

  25. Just in case anybody is wondering the first boat that cost $1000000 dollars you can get in Michigan for about 80 grand what is this guy selling to people in California…lol these are Democrat prices!

  26. These are all amazing! There are some brilliant people out there. I love anything in the water or air but my must have (when I win the lottery) is the boat 485 ASC, I think. Four engines, big enough for day and night on the water with friends and family. Oh, the places I would go!

  27. An affordable helicopter or plane is awesome but I don't understand the purpose of that 5 seater, desert-bound, rolling trashcan.

  28. The number one position that went to the glider they took the idea from the movie Nausicaa of the valley of the wind, FYI it’s an anime movie go check it out

  29. The Icon A5 has already killed lots of people including one of its lead designers. That's what happens when you claim it's like a flying jet ski, Most people that ride jetskis are reckless many deaths have occurred or they get seriously injured. The ICON A5 has the same problem people fly it like idiots it's way underpowered so you have no time to pull out of danger if you mess up you're dead not injured. Has also killed a pro baseball player right after he made a promotion video on how safe it is. This plane should be banned it just too dangerous I mean come on it killed its own designer that should tell you something lol

  30. The BlackFly reminds me of something I once built in Xplane. Except mine was about the length of a small bus and had 4 sets of wings and 2 jet engines
    Its capabilities were comparable though, I just don’t remember what I called it.

  31. 5:32 #11 – Decapitation machine. Riding one might be alright, but if I see this thing flying around my head at up to 12', I'll feel threatened. How's that thing handle boulders or gravel thrown into its fan blades, not 'dirt and debris?' It is inevitably going to happen. $85K for that? If put to a vote, I'd ban it in public.
    #10 – Mosquito – $20K toy helicopter that requires the full skills of a helicopter pilot to fly, with absolutely no safety equipment. I'll bet it will go off the market within a year of entering it.

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