I've always been curious if/when/how someone might engineer a widely variable frame like this, capable of going from full tuck, to upright/standard, to maybe even laid back cruiser/chopper modes. Very futuristic, maybe viable in the near future... ?
I saw a show where they had the new Ford GT at a race track. Pretty cool when they got in and hit the button for track mode, and the car just drops it's ride height. Neat to see some of the other stuff going on to make that happen.
From walking the dogs to having all your shit in the right house just an hour before you arrive . . . from the $350 to put a 9V battery in a smoke alarm to the $3,000 to have the Audi sitting, fully detailed, in the drive when your flight arrives.
It's an interesting world and "full employment" looks different from different angles.