Okay so in the grand scheme of things this invention seems a little mad. It’s also incredibly cool and if it actually worked it’d be revolutionary, but the inventor’s claim that he hit 100mph and managed 280 miles per gallon in his test monowheel does seem a little far fetched. As does his claim that a solid steel monowheel would float.
Sadly I wasn’t able to find the second page to this article, the fact that we aren’t all whizzing around in Chevrolet Monowheels does seem to indicate that the idea didn’t work out all that well. If you’d like to see more monowheels in action, hit the link here.
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