Turbojet snowboards, turbojet bikes ... jetpacks are no longer the future, but the present. Concepts, renders, flying manned vehicles. Everything is already there. Children's designers, chewing gum, legendary customizers - everyone is interested in experimenting with microturbine engines.
Lego + BMW
Full-size Hover Ride Design Concept, can not be transformed into a regular motorcycle and back. The BMW concept is exhibited at Lego World in Copenhagen and subsequently travels to Norway, after which it is delivered to the company's research center in Munich.
A smaller version of the Hover Ride made from the same parts as the copy of the R 1200 GS Adventure is 603 elements. Thus, buyers of this Lego model can assemble it in two different ways. The cost of the set is $ 60.
- BMW Motorrad and LEGO Technic present the concept of Hover Ride
- BMW and Lego Hover Ride Design Concept
The legendary customizer Louis Lazaret created him with his team (Cedric Collao, Bruno Zamora, Guillaume Coyon, Jeremy Lavi, David Goddard, Guillaume Blescher, Enzo Gonnet) in partnership with German turbine manufacturer Jetcat and engineering company NTN SNR Europe. Judging by the attached video, the official presentation is scheduled for January 31, 2019.
But the best-known chewing gum for redbull taste is not known to anyone in Russia. They have their own lab, where they do both jetpacks and already working turbojet bikes.
Chewing gum Apollo
In the meantime, we are melting the snow with jet streams.
By the way, the company RUVDS became interested in jetpack and helps storm the clouds.
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