Bell FCX-001 Helicopter

Inspired by the concept vehicles on display at every major auto show, the Bell FCX-001 Helicopter offers a glimpse into the future of aviation. The craft's airframe is made from sustainable materials that maximize strength while providing plenty of cabin room. Its morphing rotor blades boost efficiency and performance while reducing noise, a hybrid propulsion system promises simpler operation and maintenance, and the augmented reality control system does away with traditional mechanical controls with the help of artificial intelligence. It also shares something else with most concept cars: it's unlikely to hit the market anytime soon.

  • Palmer Johnson x Bugatti Niniette 66 Yacht

    Sometimes the only thing boats share with the sports cars that "inspired" them is their name and a coat of paint. That is demonstrably not the case with the Palmer Johnson x Bugatti Niniette 66 Yacht. The curving line that defines the sides of the Chiron is carried over to the 20-meter-long vessel. On deck, there's a luxurious lounge area, with a hot tub, fire pit, and champagne bar, and the interior quarters are similarly posh, with plenty of leather, suede, carbon, and polished metal, a guest bathroom, a galley kitchen, a skylight, and an enormous bed. Despite all this, the Man V8 engines are still able to propel the boat up to 48 knots, giving you the performance you'd expect from a yacht inspired by one of the world's fastest cars.

  • Blue Origin New Glenn Rocket

    Elon Musk isn't the only billionaire with dreams of exploring the sky. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has similar aspirations — and the Blue Origin New Glenn Rocket is proof. Named for the late astronaut John Glenn, the rocket's first BE-4 engine is complete. Powered by liquid oxygen and liquid methane, seven of the engines will power the reusable first stage, while the second stage will use a single BE-4. After takeoff from Cape Canaveral, the first stage will rise high above the ground before separating from the second. The second stage then continues to deliver the payload to orbit, while the first stage returns to the ground, landing safely on a ship-mounted landing pad. The hope is by reusing the larger first stage costs will be reduced dramatically. New Glenn is scheduled to carry its first package into space in 2021.

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