Riese & Müller Delite GT Signature E-Bike

To celebrate their 25th Anniversary, Riese & Müller unveiled the third edition of one of the most versatile e-bikes on the market. The Delite line adds the GT Signature to its ranks complete with 27.5" wheels, wide tires, Control Technology for stability, and powerful dual battery technology. This doubles the bike's range and combined with Bosch Performance drive — which provides pedal assistance of up to 300% — the Delite GT is one of the most impressive e-bikes we've come across.

  • DeLorean DR-7 Aircraft

    When we think of "flying DeLorean," somehow this isn't quite what we've had in mind. Developed by Paul DeLorean, nephew of DMC founder John, the DeLorean DR-7 Aircraft is a two-seat, self-flying vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) vehicle. It looks less like a car than a plane, with two sets of wings, winglets underneath, and two large ducted fans that sit horizontally for takeoff before rotating to vertical for forward flight. Still in the R&D phase, it will measure 20 feet long and 18.5 feet wide, with the ability to tuck its wings to the sides to fit in large garages. The hope is to have a full-scale prototype in the air by next year, with the ultimate goal of squeezing 120 miles of range out of its all-electric propulsion system.

    Photos: DeLorean Aerospace

  • Wally Tango Sailing Yacht

    With a sleek design and impressive performance, the Wally Tango Sailing Yacht is a worthy addition to the Wallycento fleet of racing cruisers. Measuring 100 feet in length, the Tango's form was developed in collaboration with Italian shipbuilders Persico Marine and Ireland-based naval architect Mark Mills, using a carbon fiber and Nomex sandwich material for the hull to keep weight down and improve its speed. In addition to its light 47.5-ton weight, the Tango also saw its engine room and service areas moved to the middle of the ship to optimize the center of gravity and improve the sailing experience. The exterior isn't the only area in which it's different, however, as the spacious cabin sports a futuristic design courtesy of Pininfarina. The vessel will make its debut at the Monaco Yacht Show before competing in its first race, an event in Saint-Tropez where it will face off against the other three Wallycentos.

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