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Bullet train champion in Japan will debut in 2030, now being tested.

Bullet train champion in Japan will debut in 2030, now being tested.

Testing for a train capable of 249mph (400 kph) speeds is to happen about twice a week at night. Bloomberg said ALFA-X is the world’s fastest bullet train— well, for now, it is holding that title. Japan has also been working on a maglev train. According to The Mainichi, “Operators will attempt to run the bullet train at its maximum speedof 400 ... Read More »

Falcon Heavy most powerful space rocket on the world !

Falcon Heavy most powerful space rocket on the world !

FALCON HEAVY Falcon Heavy is the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. With the ability to lift into orbit nearly 64 metric tons (141,000 lb)—a mass greater than a 737 jetliner loaded with passengers, crew, luggage and fuel–Falcon Heavy can lift more than twice the payload of the next closest operational vehicle, the Delta ... Read More »

TREZOR Concept – The future in an electric GT

TREZOR Concept – The future in an electric GT

Welcome to an exciting future! A 2-seater electric coupé, Renault TREZOR Concept is the beginning of a new cycle of concept cars and explores the styling and technology of future models. With its welcoming style and its services geared towards driving pleasure, this electric GT embodies our vision of future mobility and our automotive passion. Source: www.renault.co.uk Read More »

2018 BMW 8-series Spied: A Big, Bold Luxury Two-Door

2018 BMW 8-series Spied: A Big, Bold Luxury Two-Door

What It Is: BMW’s upcoming 7-series-based 8-series coupe, covered in camouflage and penned in among other BMW prototypes. Expected to be larger than today’s two-door 6-series (the 6 can also be had in four-door Gran Coupe form), the 8-series will serve as BMW’s flagship coupe, just as its eponymous forebear did before it was discontinued in 1999. An interesting history ... Read More »

Amazon drones could parachute packages to people’s houses

Amazon drones could parachute packages to people’s houses

Amazon is looking into technology that would let it drop packages from its delivery drones to customer’s houses using parachutes. The internet retail giant has filed a patent for a system that would let parcels fall to the ground slowly with their descent directed by the drone. Under the proposals, the drone will propel the package to the ground using a burst of ... Read More »