When Lux Performance, a factory-backed Viper racing team, needed pit conveyance, minibikes wouldn't do. Instead they dropped a 48V Etek motor in a mobility scooter to create "The Crippler." A 46 MPH, hilll-climbing, berm-jumping wheelie-riding death machine. We want one. »
Tiny Japanese cars from the '70s and '80s are awesome, but can you really fit anything more than a small suitcase or a couple bento boxes in the back? Actually, yes. In fact, back in the '80s, Honda sold the City with a motorcycle in the rear hatch. How did it fit? It transformed!