Vehicles of the Future!

The vehicles that you see before you are ones that have been taken from the future and brought for our injoyment in the present

future car

While there are different types of fuel that may power cars, most rely on gasoline or diesel. The United States Environmental Protection Agency states that the average vehicle emits 8,887 grams of carbon dioxide per gallon of gasoline. The average vehicle running on diesel fuel will emit 10,180 grams of carbon dioxide.[39] Many governments are using fiscal policies (such as road tax or the US gas guzzler tax) to influence vehicle purchase decisions, with a low CO2 figure often resulting in reduced taxation.[40] Fuel taxes may act as an incentive for the production of more efficient, hence less polluting, car designs (e.g. hybrid vehicles) and the development of alternative fuels. High fuel taxes may provide a strong incentive for consumers to purchase lighter, smaller, more fuel-efficient cars, or to not drive. On average, today's automobiles are about 75 percent recyclable, and using recycled steel helps reduce energy use and pollution.

future truck

The Honda Ridgeline is powered by a V6 engine that reviewers say makes adequate power for everyday driving, but may be strained if pulling a trailer as heavy as the Ridgeline's 5,000 pound maximum tow rating. A five-speed automatic transmission is standard, and reviewers say it occasionally has rough shifts and can make the Ridgeline feel sluggish at highway speeds. Fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 15/21 mpg city/highway, which is comparable to the fuel economy of other trucks in the class, but falls short of what recently-redesigned full-size pickups like the Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado 1500 get. Test drivers say the Ridgeline has a very comfortable ride and refined handling in comparison with other trucks in the class. Reviewers also praise the Ridgeline's steering for being neither too light nor too heavy and the brakes for having plenty of stopping power.

future motorcycle

Motorcycle construction is the engineering, manufacturing, and assembly of components and systems for a motorcycle which results in the performance, cost, and aesthetics desired by the designer. With some exceptions, construction of modern mass-produced motorcycles has standardised on a steel or aluminium frame, telescopic forks holding the front wheel, and disc brakes. Some other body parts, designed for either aesthetic or performance reasons may be added. A petrol powered engine typically consisting of between one and four cylinders (and less commonly, up to eight cylinders) coupled to a manual five- or six-speed sequential transmission drives the swingarm-mounted rear wheel by a chain, driveshaft or belt.

future bike

Bicycles can be categorized in different ways: such as by function, by number of riders, by general construction, by gearing or by means of propulsion. The more common types include utility bicycles, mountain bicycles, racing bicycles, touring bicycles, hybrid bicycles, cruiser bicycles, and BMX Bikes. Less common are tandems, lowriders, tall bikes, fixed gear, folding models, amphibious bicycles and recumbents. Unicycles, tricycles and quadracycles are not strictly bicycles, as they have respectively one, three and fourwheels, but are often referred