none of them are capable of building vehicles without recalls after all these years . i certainly dont want them building atomic vehicles when they haven't perfected over 100 yr old technology yet .
im sure lego terrorist and other crazy folks would love to have access to them ASAP though .
One up for a great post. It's not theoretical to take a fusion powered vehicle and turn it into a nuclear device. Booty back to Google.com for research; -)Well that will have been already decided in the not so distant future:
As you can see, DMC will be revived very soon and re-release it's early 1980s design, but will add the oh-so-popular Mr. Fusion as standard equipment. Their future director of propulsion research, Dr. Emmett Lathrop "Doc" Brown, Ph.D., will soon have shown that this device brings the best blend of efficiency and power generation.
What a work of art she will be:
(time travel package optional, but HIGHLY recommended)
I've got a cousin that is working on one that will run on water...He got a Government Grant for 6 Mil. back in May to start the project, and also has some GM engineers working with him on the project car...not sure how far along they are...
Among the most unique features is an audio approach microphone on the flat rear deck. It picks up and amplifies the sound or horn signal from any car approaching from the rear.