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Schwinge Hyswas Tetrahedron Superyacht

It looks like something you'd see in outer space, not in the ocean — but make no mistake about it, the Schwinge Hyswas Tetrahedron Superyacht concept is grounded in logic that could see it cruising the seas in the near future. Thanks to a torpedo hull attached to the main, pyramid-like structure via a single strut, the vessel appears to levitate at speed, helped along by a pair of adjustable hydrofoils. At more reasonable speeds, it sits on its three underbelly hulls, with the sides folding down to become decks, ladders providing water access, and the interior offering all the upscale amenities you'd expect from a floating palace.

  • 1990 Riva Ferrari 32 Speedboat

    One of only 30 ever built, this 1990 Riva Ferrari 32 Speedboat is a rare example of the collaboration between the Italian racing and boat-building firms. The Formula 1-styled hull is painted in Ferrari's signature Rosso corsa hue, with a black carbon fiber spoiler adding a flourish to the top. As you'd expect, it has plenty of power, with two 390hp V8 Vulcano 400 engines pushing it to a top speed of 62 mph, as well as a cuddy cabin in the bow, and an automotive-style helm.

    Photos: Cymon Taylor / RM Sotheby’s

  • Ehang Manned Drone

    Forget autonomous cars — if you really need to get somewhere in a hurry without bothering to pilot yourself, you need an Ehang Manned Drone. This autonomous aerial vehicle can carry you and a small bag short distances in comfort and safety. An all-electric, fully-redundant system ensures that if any of the four-armed craft's eight propellers stop working, it can still get you back down on the ground safely. It takes off and lands vertically, has a maximum height of over 1,500 feet, and can run for up to 23 minutes at 62 mph. It's cabin is built using a composite material with carbon fiber and epoxy, while other components are crafted from an aluminum alloy, and you control the entire thing via a touchscreen interface that's as simple as dropping a couple pins on Google Maps. It's currently in testing, but Ehang has every intention of bringing it to market, so we'll probably see one flying around long before we lay eyes upon an airborne DeLorean.