Akshay Kharvi October 14, 2011 03:26 AM Awesome dsiple October 14, 2011 01:28 PM Ahhh - gotta love the future! So Jetsons! I\'m guessing there will be no potholes in the roads of the future. These little guys have nearly no ground clearance and would get eaten by a city pothole or likely tip over going up a hill in San Francisco. I\'m really just being a pessimist here - I\'d love to see future world work - once everyone is fed. Chris Jordan October 14, 2011 01:46 PM I am sure glad that we are not a megacity here. Concepted to death! Jeff Edsell October 14, 2011 06:45 PM Neat. But would it kill them to add just a little bit of trunk space? VoiceofReason October 14, 2011 07:50 PM Where do the groceries go? FAIL! kellory October 15, 2011 09:45 AM Simplefy it. gyros would eat up more power, Why not give it three wheels and better susspension? What is the top speed? The prototypes don\'t appear to exceed 20Mph. How long to charge? And when the Spindizzy goes sour, how hard is it to repair? How about a pickup version? VoiceofReason October 15, 2011 12:53 PM I can do at least that good without millions of research dollars. This is something I designed in Truespace. Even has a trunk. With current electric motorcycle technology, it should have almost a 200 mile range, two people, and protection from bad weather. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v451/Tugar/Tankstuff/ElectrikeMk2a.jpg Mark A October 16, 2011 01:57 AM Great idea. Hey I have an idea, how about a simple reliable car, inexpensive to maintain, seats 2 people with room for some items that gets 70mpg.... asking too much am I? Ed October 16, 2011 07:19 PM Um...this looks really stupid...and no...not Jetsons-like, more like Woody Allen's "Sleeper" Riaanh October 17, 2011 08:29 AM @MarkA, hey Mark you may be onto something!!! What an idea, something light on fuel that people can actually afford - brilliant. Cut out most of the modern cr@p, just throw in ABS and two airbags for safety, and leave out all the other modern marketing acronyms. - Max speed actually matching the speed limits. The second seat can even be a temp seat for occasional use. Seriously, why hasn\'t any major automaker come up with this idea yet? What I cannot understand is why we still need to take 1-2 tons of metal and plastic to work with us everyday. If you have to have a SUV, leave it in the garage for weekends only.