The 2020 McLaren Elva is a $1.7 million supercar that relies on its Active Air Management System to act as the windshield, but still lacks a roof of any kind.
To give it the juice it needs, the Mustang Mach-E 1400 draws upon a 56.8 kWh NMC battery to allow it to zip up to 160 mph on the tracks.
While most mobility solutions of its kind often try to emulate the aesthetics of a traditional bicycle, the A1 from Annobike does not.
The Emory Porsche 356A boasts a 911-style rear suspension, disc brakes all around, bespoke 15-inch wheels, and a bunch of other upgrades.
The Yamaha XT-R line looks specifically designed for use in the harshest of terrain. If you're an off-road junkie, this is the perfect ride.