i would drive this
but i wish this video was more explaining the mechanics and details than just the music. where are the brakes? how long does it take to get up to speed? i have questions, but i am intrigued by this thing. i checked out their website and it was only mildly helpful, mostly because the design (of the site) is so bad.
break is the central stick the guy disengages to start moving.
This old man loves the taste of bugs in his teeth.
The music made me feel like I was watching some strange new JRPG.
+10 CAR POINTS
+2 DRIVING POINTS
The crash test video for this car will be incredible.
I admit, it's better than the Flintstones-type vehicle I was expecting.
I'd hate to see it try going uphill, but still pretty cool and probably a good reason to include makeshift moving vehicles of some sort in Fallout 4.
Sounds like one of those little toy motorcycles you could get where you used a rip cord (probably not the word for it) to get the back wheel going, then put it down and let it go.
|Robin Kestrel |
That was not what I was expecting, and was actually very impressive- particularly when he pulled onto the road from a dead stop going up a slight incline.
Would be nice to know how this is storing power... I assume some kind of flywheel/dynamo thing, but damn it must be small.
|Nyms Lives! |
Robin, it looks like it wasn't even a dynamo, *just* a flywheel. More efficient, but damn if that would make speed control seriously difficult.
Also, lol at the set of handlebars on the passenger side: "Ass, grass, or muscle powered assist, NOBODY rides for free!"
Flintstones, meet the Flintstones...
|THA SUGAH RAIN |
Most of the joy of driving comes from launching myself through space at 80+mph because I moved my foot an inch or so. These days I can just yell at my car to do things I had to move my hands to do. This is just a bug eating nightmare.
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