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LAS VEGAS – 6th January 2014, INMOTION R1EX arrives at CES 2014. With the speed of 15 km/h, a cruising distance per charge of 20 kilometers, a more compact design and a shoulder-sized ground projected area, INMOTION provides you an amazing experience of urban commute.
“The racing-yellow color and small size of the machine make me feel agile and sporty. Perhaps best of all, it's easy to use. Lean forward, lean backward. Shift the steering column from side to side to make swooping or tight turns. I already have a desire to go zipping around my neighborhood (at a maximum of 9 miles per hour) on this thing.” The reporter from CNET said.
The handles and column pop off so the whole thing can be tossed into a car trunk or tucked away under a desk. It weighs just 35 pounds. It has front and back lights (in case you want to go riding in the dark) and runs up to 3.5 hours on a charge, with a max range of 18 miles.
INMOTION has been selling its transporters in China for several years, thought this most current model just came out a few months ago.INMOTION SCV arrives in the US at the end of January. The transporter costs $2,499, about half of what a Segway would run you.
For more information:
“Inmotion R1EX rolls out a budget Segway-like transporter”
“Inmotion SCV Test Drive: Take That, Segway!”
“INMOTION SCV at #CESlive: Don't call it a Segway!”
“INMOTION SCV at #CESlive: Don’t call it a Segway!”