Two-Wheeled, Self-Balancing Gyro-X vehicle from 1967 in action & driving scenes!
Two Wheeled Self Balancing Gyro X vehicle from 1967 in action amp driving scenes

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This video is about the most particular vehicle of the 2019 Concorso d'Eleganza of Villa d'Este in Italy. It's called Gyro-X and it's a 2-wheeled prototype able to stay and drive perfectly balanced thanks to a gyroscope (55 cm in diameter) fitted in the front. The project was born in 1967, designed by Alex Tremulis and gyroscope specialist Tom Summers, with a budget of $750,000 (about $6 million today) but it was soon abandoned due to Gyrocar Company's bankrupt, ran out of funds to perfect the product. After all these years, Gyro-X chassis had a complicated history, losing its gyroscope too, until it ended up in the hands of Lane Motor Museum in Nashville. Check this video regarding the restoration process and how does Gyro-X work: #TwoWheeledCar #TwoWheelsCar #GyroX -- Subscribe to my 2nd channel here: You can also find and follow me on: - Flickr: - Facebook: - Instagram: Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G30 + Canon DM-100 Microphone Event: Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este2019 Where: Cernobbio, Italy Link To My Channel: THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!


Ben Vasilinda : Someone created a problem and then corrected that problem.

/M0ther_bra1ned/ : Looks like a Corvette got naughty with a Harley Davidson... ;-)

Smiling Faeces : As James May would put it, it is an ingenious solution for a problem that should never have existed in the first place.

hill billy : Imagine if the minds of the 60’s had our cheap micro controllers of today....

Fillipe356 : reliant robin owners hate him!

Max Bosco : "Ok, now it's going to accelerate... Now. No, now! Now?" End of the video.

Tazzy : The best thing about it is: IT HAS POP UP HEADLIGHTS!!!

Slava ivanof : And this is 1967... Somebody stole our future

Dagwood Dogwood : Told the bodyshop I wanted it chopped and channeled, should've explained better.

Lamprey Lightning : It is quite fascinating and impressive how they used this technology in the time this car was made, and it seemed to work

Doc. Volt : Because it must be done

Alvaro Rolaça : Thats what happens when cousin It decides to pimp out his car

Frank McGorman : Another idea that was well ahead of its time. Something right out of "the Jetsons" ... :D

Kenny J : Flat earthers be like "gravity isnt real!"

Gus Goose : James Bond wants his car back.

KD : Looks like something Mr Bean would drive

shane foller : If I was super-wealthy I would dawdle around in this car on my own private estate roads like a demented Howard Hughes, swilling Rob Roys and shouting 1920's-era obscenities out the window.

J Polar : This car reminds me a lot of the Wienermobile for Oscar Mayer Hotdogs.

Mikeado66 : This is awesome! ... I can't wait to see it again when Dr*veTr*be pinch this video and stick it on their socials.

Stanni : This reminde's me of Mister Bean, the Blue Car😂

WisdomVendor1 : Looks like a Studebaker Avanti that was picked before it was ripe.

Kiwi Guy : They are starting to make something like that now 52 years later now I know why I don't have my flying car or my jetpack I was promised in the 70's

William Magalhães : que agonia, anda mais rápido cara!!

paulparoma : Just imagine how much fun it would be to take on a long trip. And that suspension must feel great on cobblestone, too.

Panzer Meyer : How to shut down a Hypercars meeting, bring this one!

eNaRDe : Best feature of this car is that it can also be used as a coffin when you crash in it.

Report for Clickbait : i love how they perfectly hide a midget ,at camera's blindspot all the time .kudos


O'bese : Man I want to see Jeremy Clarkson driving this thing. He would 100% try to push it over.

Quintin Krivacek : Seems like the gyro kicks on at 0:55

Fred Jones : The Stig needs to take this round the top gear test track...

TheRealN 97 : i am confusion

Alex Hndr : *60' kid: THE FUTURE IS NOW, OLD MAN* _51 Years later_ *That kid, now old: REEEEEEEE*

Supercars of SoCal : Crazy history, thanks for putting it in the description 👍

Neale Newton : How radical is this? Wow. A Jetsons car for sure,maybe boy Elroy's daily driver...hahahah :)

NEWYORK BOSS : Looks like the star wars phatom frm the front 🤣🤣

Old School : The first ever gyrocar was built by the Russian lawyer Peter Shilovsky in 1913. Wolseley gyrocar.

Johnny R : Why wasn't this ever in a James Bond flick ?

Johnathan Doe : Those stabiliser bars don’t look original, I’m guessing the owner doesn’t have much faith in the gyro system or the ‘landing gear’ 😂

echodelta9 : I remember the Pop Sci or Pop Mechanix cover article from back then. It sure seemed cool then. ...and will be able to remain upright in an atomic blast... There were lots of hype in that article if I remember. They couldn't show how the gyro linkage worked, secret.

Carlos C. : From the back it looks like a Chevy Impala got squashed getting in a very tight parking spot.

Tony Lee : "We choose to create a balanced gyroscope car in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organise and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win, and the others, too."

stijnVDA1994 : so an anti falling motorcycle, can it go fast?

carbonarc23 : Jay Leno needs one of these :)

willamdafoetv : When the stand wheels went up, a couple of the dudes in the crowd jumped out to try to catch the car. LOL.

Nicholas Perry : It's like something out of The Jetsons.

Vo Van : Ага, крутой велосипед! :-)

Carlos Mejia : It happened in the 60's...It's the love baby of a car and a motorcycle

Kyntteri : Looks like something from an episode of Thunderbirds.