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Aviantenz 16R . I saw some fellow's Lamborghini Renazzo concept and was instantly convinced I must build my own. . Should be making you think of a Lamborghini Diablo right about now. Blurry photos, since the wobbly stand won't stop moving, and the wobble photographer won't either. =P Adjustable air intakes. Gots to keep the engine cool, since there's no firewall. 2.3 minute diagram of my brilliant magnet road system. Magnetics angles towards the middle of the lane would keep you stable, while eliminating any rolling resistance and tire noise. Changing lanes would be a bugger, so would intersections come to think of it. We don't use those in the future. (Blanket excuse, activate!) Super comfy tan interior! With no clutch, I was paying attention. Fully adjustable seats, and a piston knob shifter. Of course, that just goes D-R-N-P, not 1-2-3-4-5-6. Complete with a pull-out telephone! I don't care if it's illegal now, they had them in the Countach! Random view 16 rotor wankel engine for thrust. Do not exceed 7000rpm or 130F. EVER. And some random views.... I figure, since this is a hovercar the 0-60 might be reduced to 2 seconds or something. The only real material problem so far is without tires or friction, the only propulsion is coming from the action/reaction law. But in traffic, you can quickly see that this method of propulsion doesn't work well. Just think about it a minute. Thanks for viewing!

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