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The Festival of the Unexceptional. It's English of course. I bet they even serve milky, lukewarm tea.
(You don't see events like this in New Zealand since we still have plenty on the roads.)
 
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Before the Segway, there was the Sinclair C5.
 

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Introduced in 1992, the ECC wowed the crowds at the Paris Motor Show with its hybrid drivetrain, which featured a gas turbine powering the vehicle's single electric motor. With just under 100 horsepower on tap, the concept provided a decent dose of real world driving capability and a useful 90 miles of battery range. It touted a future where ecological stewardship was paramount, and milked the public's nascent fascination with the coming information superhighway by adding a live LCD traffic feed to the cockpit called Dynaguide.
 

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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XDSGzrCG2o

Despite the headline, it's not a proposal for future cars, but a combination of formal exercise with software and publicity exercise for a fashion brand. You should see what his uncle gets up to.

I wonder what William Towns would have thought of it?


Or Trevor Fiore?

 
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