Parachronion

noun
A device enabling travel to parallel time lines.
Origin
Derived from pará (nearby) and khrónos (time).
Source
Eutopia

Batcar

noun
A battery-powered vehicle.
Source
The Lathe of Heaven

Downwell

adjective
Short form of the phrase “down the gravity well” – i.e. located on the surface of a planet.
adverb
From orbit to the surface of a planet.
Source
Accelerando

Spindizzy

noun informal
The Dillon-Wagoner gravitron polarity generator, an anti-gravity device that also enables faster-than-light travel.
Origin
Named for the device’s effect on the magnetic moment of atoms within its field.
Source
Cities in Flight

Seatrider

noun
A personal air vehicle of which the pilot’s seat forms an integral part of the airframe.
Source
Matter

Titanfall

noun
Deployment of a “Titan” robot from orbit to the surface of a planet.
Source
Titanfall

Jaunte

verb
The teleportation of oneself from one locality to another by an effort of the mind alone.
Origin
Charles Fort Jaunte, the first person to exhibit the ability under scientific scrutiny.
Source
The Stars My Destination

Hyperdrive

noun
A propulsion system for hyperspace travel.
Source
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Ornithopter

noun
An aircraft capable of sustained wing-beat flight in the manner of birds.
Origin
Derived from ornis (bird) and pteron (wing).
Source
Dune

Spinner

noun
A marque of flying automobile.
Source
Blade Runner

Lightcycle

noun
A virtual vehicle that can create a barrier of light in its wake.
Source
Tron

Hyperspace

noun
A spacial dimension through which faster-than-light travel is possible.
Source
The Voyage of the Space Beagle