I can say from experience that cost and grooming are amazingly low, especially if you get a retired racer. They are damn near free, extremely gentle, quiet, low maintenance, and I've had relatively few health issues with mine (but that last part could just be me being lucky). They make older retired racers make… »
ARKTOS Evacuation Craft. Snow, icebergs, water, mud, dirt... It's kinda the go anywhere vehicle. As long as you're not in a hurry.
While walking around my local Costco I came accross these. Oh the fun that could be had if my brother and I had these growing up. »
So at 5'10' this will be perfect for me once they hit the used market. It'd make a fun little summer car. I'd even commute with it, because weaving through herds of super-bee's is actually more fun than it sounds. »
Really sad when the only unmolested vehicle in his driveway is the R.V.; but then again, it does have chrome wheels. »
Hmm, this one is a bit of a stretch, but having driven one stock for 6 months, and then having continuously modified mine over the last 20 months, I'd say the Mazdaspeed3. »
Maglev Train. In testing the Shanghai train reached 311 mph and has an operation speed of 268mph. However I have to put a caveat in this one as I believe most of Shanghai is powered by coal fired power plants. »