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Hyundai has once again teamed up with a group of students from Turin’s renowned Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) to create a concept vehicle as part of a thesis program in transportation design. The recently unveiled Hyundai Kite is a doorless, roofless and windowless vehicle that most closely resembles a dune buggy from a futuristic video game. Built with a monocoque chassis measuring twelve feet by five feet, and powered by four brushless engines in the wheels, it’s a capable enough crawler to tackle all but the most terrifying dunes. The water’s edge is where the Kite gets really interesting though, as this capable buggy concept also converts into a single-seat jet-ski powered by a water jet turbine. Do you have to physically remove the cockpit, attach the engine and place it in the water? We have no idea. At the end of the day, it’s only a concept, so we’re happy just fantasizing about the possibilities.

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In short, this is a key-shaped multi-tool built of stainless steel that has all of the tools you need for everyday repairs for everything from light switches to bicycles. Bit driver. Protractor. Metric and Imperial rulers. Imperial and Metric closed wrenches. Bottle Opener. File. Scoring tip. Wire bender and bike spoke key. Wire stripper. Screwdrivers. 1/4 hex driver pocket. So you might need to throw in some hex bits for specific projects, but otherwise, the Geekey has you covered for almost all of your everyday repair needs. As if that wasn’t enough, the hexogon can also serve as a smoking bowl, with the shaft of the key hollowed out to serve as a pipe.