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The Gyron hit the auto show circuit in 1960. It also had only two wheels and looked like a flying saucer. Electricity powered it and could go up to 100 miles per hour. The driver and passenger sat side by side in a glass bubble that covered the top of the car. The car had never been put into production, but it was a very interesting idea for a car that could have been used in the future (via Jalopnik).
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The flying saucer design of the Gyron broke the mold for design. Additionally, the self-driving feature was exactly what the future of driving was going to hold. Although there were a few other concept cars from the same era, however, it was the Gyron that pushed the envelope of what technology was. Although the Gyron hit the auto show circuit back in the ’60s, it was quite an impressive feat of technology and engineering.