This turbine powered R/C plane sounds more like an F-16 than a toy, reaching top speeds over 360mph. We have no idea how you can fly and land this thing remotely without crashing it.
There aren’t a whole lot of things we’d go back to school for, but learning to fly a jet pack is definitely one of them. Pro pilot Eric Scott helps novice flyers get in the air. It’s BYO jet pack, though.
Timon Sager’s conceptual private jet would seat just two occupants and offer high-speed jet travel to “Rich 25-40 year old risk-takers, bored by life, naturally curious and driven by their emotions.”
52-year old Yves “Jetman” Rossy has crossed the English Channel and flown loops on his awesome jetpack. Here’s a glimpse at his historic flight over the Grand Canyon on May 7, 2011.
We recently saw a man with propeller-powered ski rig, but stuntman Troy Hartman totally one-ups that guy with his jet-powered ski pack, which manages 47MPH at 50% throttle. We want 100% throttle!
Ah, one of life’s great questions… What would happen if you put a jet turbine engine from a helicopter into a Mini Cooper. Uh. This. More footage of this good little car gone bad here.
They have JetSkis in the summer, so why not JetSleds in the winter? These maniacs tied their sleds to skitch behind a Swedish fighter jet. They left out the part where the jet takes off.
We’re pretty sure this classic Mustang isn’t street-legal. At least not in our neighborhood. Actually, this bad boy was seen being filmed for PINKS All Out. We wish we knew when to set our DVRs.
This concept design for a super-luxury jet from BAE and Design Q would have comfy chairs, a white marble entryway, and a pop-out “air deck” providing an elevated view of exotic surroundings.
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