10 Incredible and Ridiculously Awesome Looking Vehicles

Welcome, guys! I am here to reveal 10 Incredible and Ridiculously Awesome Looking Vehicles. Yes, these are ridiculous but yet catch the attention of every passing individual.
My selected list will introduce viewers with those visionaries who made incredible efforts in pushing technical as well as design aspect to an unbelievable extent.

1. Fastest Ground Vehicle  (Thrust SSC )- 

Fastest Ground Vehicle (Thrust SSC )

Ok let’s begin with the fastest ground vehicle on the planet. It looks like a rocket. Isn’t it? Well, I am afraid to have a ride in this bullet vehicle but not Andy Green who broke the sound barrier on October 15,1997 with Thrust SSC. Can you simply imagine the speed? Don’t push pressure on your mind; I have the correct figures for you. Andy Green was traveling 763 MPH in his bullet vehicle. All the power was created by a pair of Rolls-Royce Spey engines which are also used on Phantom F4 jet.

2. A Political Vehicle (Topsy-turvy bus) –

A Political Vehicle (Topsy-turvy bus)

Oops what will you call this silly vehicle invention? Surely, the vehicle is not silly for Ben Cohen who hired Flash Hopkins and Tom Kennedy services in 2007 and created it in Oakland, California. Ben Cohen had a point to prove and opted for topsy-turvy bus which seems to be unique, ridiculous but effective method to show his true feelings against corruption and misspending in government.

3. Smallest Possible Street Legal Car (I’M BIG) –

Smallest Possible Street Legal Car (I'M BIG)

WOW! I can’t sit on that vehicle with my 100 pounds but Austin Coulson can. Just look at that 4 foot long and 2-foot tall vehicle inspired from 1957 Chevy model. Don’t worry, the smallest car with name plate read IM BIG easily meets all requirements of being street legal. You can drive it if you able to on a street with no concerns at all.

4. The Most Expensive Car in the World (Lamborghini Veneno Roadster) –

The Most Expensive Car in the World (Lamborghini Veneno Roadster) -

I will start with the cost as there is no need to move further. It is true as this 2013 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster cost nearly $3.9 million dollars. The car has 750 horsepower engine which will get you to 60 MPH in just 3 seconds. Can you believe??

5. The Largest Motorcycle (XXL Chopper) –

The Largest Motorcycle (XXL Chopper)

Not sure, how I will able to ride this largest motorcycle created by Fabio Reggiani in 2012. This Regio Design XXL Chopper is 16 feet high and 32 feet long. The vehicle has 5.7 V Chevrolet engine generating 280 horsepower and fortunately drove it once for 100 meters at Montecchio Emilia, Italy.

6. The Flying Car (The Transition) –

The Flying Car (The Transition)

We all like to own a car which can fly and take to our destination in few minutes. I am sure traffic would never be a problem for this flying car. The transition is developed by Massachusetts-based company Terrafugia and will only cost your pocket a sum of $280,000.

7. Wolfen Dragon –

Wolfen Dragon

Seems like a crazy guy to me with immense love for the dragon. It is the exceptional body work just not in front but even back with two covers for engine vents. Not much information available regarding Wolfen Dragon, but you can search online as it seems like a vehicle with a bit of mystique to it.

8. The Green Lego Car(Lego car) –

lego car

The Lego car is the perfect example of crowdfunded project. The 40 fellow citizens of Steve Sammartino and Raul Oadia helped to fund this novelty vehicle which is completely modeled after the hot rod. Can you imagine, the cost of all Lego parts was around $60,000?

9. Largest Trucks On This Planet (BelAZ 75710) –

Largest Trucks On This Planet (BelAZ 75710)

If you are thinking these largest trucks should be some kind of novelty, long vehicles, you are absolutely wrong. BelAZ 75710 is basically a double decking 18 wheel vehicle which is used in open pit mining.

10. Rinspeed sQuba (The sQuba) –

Rinspeed sQuba (The sQuba)

Just like other kids I used to fantasize Bond movies but Frank Rinderknecht, CEO of the Swiss automotive think tank had some other plans. He spends $1.5 million to develop this Rinspeed sQuba which is the world’s first car that can be driven both on land and under water and is inspired by Roger Moore film The Spy Who Loved Me.


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