(http://assets.cgsociety.org/nvart/427906_1278015520/1024bound)The AMx-1, or Air Multiplier X Version 1, borrows its technology from previous products available today. Air Multiplication is a process in which air is squeezed through an open-air passage/tunnel that is pushed out one end with extreme force. As long as the motor doing the air pushing is large enough, helicopters and even airplanes can begin using the technique even today. The gyro-balancing system was one of my favorite design ideas of Mr. Mead's work. Today's Segway proves it could be done. The AMx-1 is simply a much larger designed version of it. The tires are made of durable rubber, with an added filament taken from the arachnid called "dragline filament". This is new technology that on currently other methods, however by applying the strong adhesion to various angled surfaces, added with the movable flaps of the rubber tire segments, the AMx-1 is born to climb in Quasnr's multiple levels of terrain quality. Finally, the cockpit is available for cruising at the front end, or manually driving it on the back end. The interior, yet to be finalized by Mead Co., could include lush holographic crystalized television projectors assisted with the strongest satellite receiver on the planet, thanks to DirectTV's new Sat-X6 Plan (only $334,445,599.43 Q-coin dollars).