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September 1, 2019

– [Glen] Off-road. Off-grid. Eco-friendly. Or fast. Everyone has a dream car they
wanna add to their garage. Is your dream car on this list? Maybe it is and you just
didn’t know it until now. This is Glen and today we’re bringing you 10 incredible vehicles
that would look good in anybody’s garage. – [Female Narrator] Number 10. (music) – So you need a truck
that can handle your job as well as a truck that can be
used for everyday activities. And on top of that, you want one that’s environmentally friendly. Well the Rivian R1T may
be the truck for you. Not only is this a full size crew cab, because it’s electric, you have
a full trunk under the hood. And a gear tunnel behind the cab. More impressive than all
the space in this truck. Is the 750 horsepower it’s pushing out of an electric engine. Making a three second zero
to 60 mile per hour time and a top speed of 125 miles an hour. The range will vary depending on the model with the most extended
range being 400 plus miles. Pre-orders are starting now with the production to begin in 2020. The whole vehicle will cost
you around 60 thousand dollars. (upbeat music) – Number nine. – [Glen] Rivian isn’t the only company making super cool electric trucks. Bollinger has their models, the B1 and B2. Inspired by life in
the Catskills Mountains Robert Bollinger set out to
prove that electric vehicles could look tough. With the design reminiscing
of a Jeep Wrangler and a Land Rover, he’s
more than proven his point. The B1 has an enclosed
back similar to an SUV while the B2 has an open back bed. Dual motors provide 360 horsepower and it has a zero to 60 mile
per hour time of 4.5 seconds. The range on these vehicles
is around 200 miles. Pre-orders for this have already started with the production
estimated to start in 2019. The pricing will be just
about 60 thousand dollars. (music) – [Female Narrator] Number Eight. – [Glen] Sand X has made
the ultimate vehicle for operations out in the dessert. The T-ATV 1200 is a fully-equipped truly
all-terrain vehicle. It has a sub three
second acceleration rate from zero to 60 miles an hour. And a top speed of 115 miles an hour. It can operate reliably
even in extreme temperatures from minus 58 degrees to
140 degrees Fahrenheit. Not only can you hop on and tear up any sand dune you want to, but you can also operate
this vehicle from a remote or unmanned exploration. This is used by security
forces around the world and you could have your very own. Pricing is available by request only. – [Female Narrator] Number Seven. – [Glen] I want a Jeep. You want a Jeep. For some reason, everyone wants a Jeep. American Expedition Vehicles has forged the one Jeep to rule them all. And dubbed it the Outpost 2. A true king of the outdoor
world, the Outpost 2 has a 5.7 liter HEMI
engine, upgrade suspension, insane off-road tires, a snorkel for crossing
deeper water safely. And of course, a fully
integrated cabin shell attached directly to the frame. The cabin has an indoor
or outdoor kitchen set-up, 22-gallon water tank,
gasoline-powered air heater, and a 265 watts solar panel
system mounted onto the pop top. AEV is unfortunately not
planning on making this a full production vehicle. But they do sell tons of accessories so you can make your Jeep
as rugged as possible. – [Female Narrator] Number six. – [Glen] Let’s be honest. We’ve all that about what we would do in the event of a zombie attack. But what do you do if you need to escape
to the cold hard North to get away from the zombie hordes? You take your Rocket Z by Technoimpulse and you just go. Coming in both a 4 x 4 and 6 x 6 version, this brutal little machine
can take all of the abuse of the cold North while
keeping you safe and sound. It has no overhang so you won’t have to
worry about getting stuck. And it comes with a winch for the rare event you do get stuck or you have to move
something out of the way. It has plenty of room
for you and your family thanks to the bench-sitting in the back. And it can be customized for
a full camper-like interior. The craziest part, it only costs around 100 thousand dollars. Before you start planning
that new garage addition to hold all these crazy vehicles, don’t forget to like and subscribe to stay up to date on the
latest from Minds Eye Design. – [Female Narrator] Five. – [Glen] Everyone should have
a few toys in their garage. And when it come to four-wheeled ATVs you need the Sportsman XP
1000 High Lifter by Polaris. It comes with a 952 cc engine
that pushes out 88 horsepower and has 13.5 inches of ground clearance. The air intakes are mounted
higher to ensure clean air even when traveling through water. With upgraded tires and wheels, upgraded front and rear
bumpers, a 3500 pound winch, and a towing capacity
of 15 hundred pounds, this is a beast in the four-wheeler world. You can also have one of this built to your custom specifications. Pricing on the base model starts
out at 14 thousand dollars. (rock music) – [Female Narrator] Number four. – [Glen] Claiming to be the
fastest production motorcycle in the world over both
electric and gas motorcycles, is the all-electric Lightning LS-218. This 500 pound super-bike
has an electric engine that produces 200 horsepower with a top speed of 218 miles per hour. This bike can go from
resting to 60 miles an hour in less than two seconds Range depends on the battery pack purchase with the base model being
100 to 120 miles per charge and the top tier being 160
to 180 miles per charge. And it can be charged in 30
minutes on a DC fast charger. Pricing on this eco-friendly super bike is just around 40 thousand dollars. – [Female Narrator] Number three. – [Glen] If you need a bike that looks nothing like
anything else out on the road, look no further than the P120 Fighter. This menacing machine is powered by a V-twin 160 horsepower
engine that means business. One of the mos interesting
things about this bike is that the gas tank is
hidden within the frame and the oil tank has windows on each side so you can see it sloshing
around while the bike is on. Riding around town in this
bike is sure to turn some heads but nothing this fun comes cheap. Pricing for this one is
around 72 thousand dollars. (music) – [Female Narrator] Number two. – [Glen] Get some space
ready in your garage now for your new joyride vehicle,
the 2019 Polaris Slingshot GT will check all of the boxes
for an insanely fun drive. This three-wheeled roadster is
powered by a 2.4 liter engine pumping out 173 horsepower. It has a top speed of
around 130 miles an hour ensuring you’re gonna have
fun while you’re driving. This vehicle is actually classified as a three-wheeled motorcycle so you may need a motorcycle
license to operate it. Pricing on this one is
around 25 thousand dollars. Before we show you our number one pick, don’t forget to comment down below and let us know which
one was your favorite. – [Female Narrator] One. – [Glen] One of the most
technically advanced electric motorcycles out there,
the Vector by Arc Vehicles looks like a bike straight out
of a science fiction movie. With good reason too. This bike also includes a
matching haptic feedback jacket and a helmet with a heads-up display. The electric motor produces 138 horsepower with a zero to 60 time
of just three seconds. And a top speed of 124 miles an hour. The range for the battery is
around 120 miles on the highway and 170 around the city. Charging only takes 30 minutes
with the rapid charger. Pricing starts out at
117 thousand dollars. – This episode of Minds Eye
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  1. Sooo cool, Love what you do,and done so well. Happy holidays and a super new year. Can't wait to see what's next peace

  2. All of the four wheeled rides #1#3 and the Polaris three wheel very cool I want them all in my driveway 💯💯👍👍🤩🤩

  3. The Rivian is going to be a huge success. Nine years under development in stealth mode (it just suddenly appeared), it's fully production ready, not a concept. Oversubscribed orders already.

  4. The problem with the electric truck/SUV’s is no mention of cargo carry weight or tow capacity. Cool list of vehicles Mindseye.

  5. Just because something is powered by a battery does not make it "Environmentally Friendly". Where is the electricity coming from? What is the battery made of? It still has tires, oil, seats, seat cushions, and made of plastic or some type of steal? If yes then it s any more "Environmentally Friendly" than a regular vehicle

  6. When answering the question"Which one is your favorite and why? " #2 is my selection! It's got the LOOK of "movie star potential", features that are tech savvy and a price that would cause it to sell-out within weeks! Hopefully, the" Hero" will get to ride it but it might also be the "Bad Guy" …Boo!!

  7. #4 the LS218 Seems to be an impressive performer, with the styling to match !
    All at a price point that I think people might be willing to crack their wallets open for !
    Let's face it,
    0-60 in just under 2sec. is insanely quick !
    But sounds like a wild good time, and still have your clothes on !
    I am curious, does anyone else agree with me on the price point of around $40000.00 being something people would be lining up for ?

  8. Everything on this list is highly desirable but I’m smitten by the Bolenger were high technology meets old school tradition design .

  9. Keep up the good work I love KC I think she is a very pretty girl but I like the cars and the Motorcycle keep up the good work and have a Merry Christmas love you all and goodbye

  10. I wish people would stop pushing the so called Environmentally friendly electric option! Such a joke!

    It all has to be manufactured, dug out of the ground, smelted, melted, painted or molded somehow!
    Where does all of that electric power come from? Nuclear, natural gas, or God forbid, Coal ?
    What and where do we either do with the old batteries when they are at the end of there life expectancy ?
    What impact does all of this electric consumption do to the price of that electric ?
    "Environmentally friendly" !? LMFAO
    Sometimes I think we might forget their is a trade-off to be had !

  11. Ok at 6:40 that's not the fast motorcycle the fastest is still the dodge tomahawk with a viper engine and a top speed of 300 mph+

  12. A electric off road vehicle ? Heavy and out of power too fast from off road terrain. So $60,000.oo stuck in no mans land? NAH stay at the Mall.

  13. #10 I do see it making on the street. And $60k for a truck with a 400 mile range. Make it in the bucket list. #4. The lightening bike. With a price of $40k for the top model. So around $25k to $30k for a mid range bike with a that can go 180 miles per charge. While retaining the motorcycle curb apeal. Makes my bucket list.

  14. #8 is snowmachine with a partial wheel kit been around since 70's can also put wheels in the back.
    forgot to mention that if you run the front wheels and the track on dry ground it will fairly rapidly destroy the track so best to also put the wheel kit in the back.

  15. #9 A Land Rover got married to a Kubelwagen, they had a son, who in return fell in love with a fridge. I think, it was the result of that story.

  16. Is there enough material to do a series on Japanese Anime inspired futuristic vehicles? From shows like Akira, Macross, Gundam, Bubblegum Crisis, Thunder Cats, Voltron, M.A.S.K., G-Force, etc.

  17. 10. Powerful, but ugly and expensive.
    9. Looks like a lego block , but minus the fun. Oh yeah, it's expensive.
    8. Pricing available by request only… that means that only governments and millionaires can afford it.
    7. Not going into production… damn shame!
    6. The craziest part, it ONLY costs around $100,000.. wait, what?
    5. Not bad to take out on the weekend. Looks good.
    4. $40,000 to go 180 miles? You can buy a 50 year old Honda CB and get more range than that, albeit not at 218mph. Niche market fail.
    3. If I had $72,000 then this would be wedged in between my Honda and Yamaha.
    2. The Slingshot isn't bad but I don't think it will have wide appeal and people may just get something cheaper. (Can-Am, I'm looking at you).
    1. Pricing starts off at $117,000 and has a third of the range of a Honda CBR125 and the speed of a Yamaha R3 (almost). WTF were they thinking?

  18. OK is times made a voice my opinion mind's eye design is the best not only the best YouTube channel with the best in knowledge they tell you everything about the product and give you products that you don't see anywhere else it's my favorite and I have no ties to this company in anyway I love it I subscribed to liked it I'm here I clicked that bale and I'm only way to having a good time thank you guys for your presentation for everything you do we enjoy it

  19. Bring back the mid size jeep truck and sell a camper addition. It would out sale all other trucks maybe even limited edition full size for hot shot transport people.

  20. #10 truck won't make it only because the headlights don't look like angry eyes, which is what miserably angry modern humans like the most

  21. here in belgium the laws around electric vehicles namely 3 wheel electric bicycles with pedal help or 3 wheeled complete electric vehicles is not clear and lets face it every law that there is is somewhat confusing on how it's written and implemented . besides the only commercials they do here if any is around electric pedal helped bicycles no incentive to the public to look for electric motorcycles or 3 wheeled fully electric or pedal helped electric vehicles or fully electric cars.but plenty of commercials around gas operated cars tough.politicians still preach to the public to change their ways while politicians still keep their ways.they make promises they never intend to keep

  22. All these electric vehicles are cool and all, but the prices are high and the range is absolute crap. What about charging times? I know the First truck the 'Rivian' claims to get an 80% charge in 15 min, but that's a system of diminishing returns. What time frame is full charge? Until an electric vehicle can have a sustained range of say 700-800 miles and get a full charge in 15 min, it'll be hard for them to really get anywhere as a mainstream vehicle. What about security of the electrical system and absolute waterproofing of that system? PLUS, the cost of eventually replacing a battery array is insane! Using an electric vehicle will require you to put aside about $200 at every charging time to save up for the next battery array, which it what it costs me to fill my dual tank F350 after 700 miles….fully loaded.

  23. The second one looks likes neither a Jeep, nor a land Rover. It looks like an IH Scout. Just another BS car video by people who are not car people.

  24. interesting concepts, but was way to optimistic on some of the pricing. a full size electric pickup with 750 hp for $50,000? not gonna happen that cheap

  25. 0:50 …no "electric engine"…lol…it's got a motor in each wheel hub…4×4, slip-sensing, maybe even with the electric equivalent of locking differentials…

  26. Ugh… Toyota > Jeep and then some. Even AEV can't fix how broken-be-design a JK chassis is (swapping the minivan motor for the V8 is a good start though). EV's will never make solid Overland/Exploration platforms unless we use Diesel stator engines for charge. EV's are SEVERELY limited by battery technology . Many many stupid ideas here, especially that first god awful "truck". THat's almost as hideous as a Ridgeline.

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