Like Toyota’s i-Real, it adjusts its approach to cornering based on speed – leaning to tackle fast corners like the Mercedes Carver and swiveling around low-speed obstacles like Nissan’s Pivo 2. A video follows the jump.
The passenger sits behind the driver, like in the Commuter Cars Tango, making it narrow enough to filter. And like that car, and several others, it uses lithium ion batteries to give it a decent turn of speed, fast recharging times and a 60-mile range.
Of course, all of the above vehicles are united by one failing: their inability to rival the humble scooter in terms of price, practicality and even economy.
The China Post