Ferrari doesn't make tractors. But if they did, they'd probably look a lot like this Zetor by Pininfarina Tractor. Only a concept — for now — this masculine farm machine was penned by the Italian design firm, and their racing heritage shows in the bold lines and functional elements like the cooling vents, sloped engine hood, and modular elements meant for reuse across the Czech company's entire lineup. In addition, the two-tone paint job helps separate the technical from the ornamental, with the former in black and the latter in red.
Folding bikes are great for commuters, but they're also heavy enough to make you want to leave them at home. Weighing just 14.3 pounds thanks to a carbon fiber build, the Hummingbird Folding Bike is light enough to carry anywhere. Its patented design sees the rear wheel pivot at the bottom bracket shell, removing the need for a tensioner and eliminating the possibility of the chain falling down. The handlebars fold down, the seat retracts, and the resulting form is small enough to carry nearly anywhere, including onto subway cars, buses, and even planes.
In the movies, you need a team of people to drive a sub. In the Deepflight Dragon Submarine, all you need is yourself. This two-person craft uses proprietary technology to monitor and manage critical functions, letting you pilot it with minimal training. It can dive down to 400 ft under the surface, uses its quad brushless DC thrusters to let you hover in place, and its lithium-ion battery pack is good for up to six hours per charge. It weighs only 1,800 kg and is only 5 m in length, letting it work with most standard yacht tender systems, and should something go wrong during your adventures, it has a fixed positive buoyancy, so it will always float back to the surface even if it runs out of juice.
You don't have to buy an all-new deck to get electric capabilities. The Mellow Skateboard Drive can add powerful propulsion to your favorite board. It has two in-wheel motors, capable of pushing you along at speeds of 25 mph for up to 10 miles on a charge. Water and dust proof, it can be installed on nearly any board, has a intuitive, single-button remote, adds only 5.5 lbs of weight, and is powered by a swappable lithium ion battery with cells sourced from the same place as those in the Tesla Model S. And it installs in just minutes, so you can be up and riding in no time.
Rugged, street-legal, and eco-friendly, the Beast Off-Road Scooter blends a surprising mix of features into a versatile vehicle. An electric motor (or two) propels the bike to speeds of up to 30 miles an hour, and is powered by a rechargeable battery pack that can draw juice from a wall outlet, from the kinetic energy created by pedalling, or from the integrated solar panel. It also has a strong steel frame, a powerful headlight, USB ports for charging gadgets, and knobby 21" tires that provide traction on nearly any surface.