Friday, June 5, 2020
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With flying cars and pod-like vehicles already in test phases across the planet, it seems that the world is racing towards that uber-cool and ultra-futuristic Jetsons-styled tomorrow with ease. Here is another addition to that list as both General Motors and Segway decided to bring the urban commuter of tomorrow into the New York Auto Show of this year. Dubbed as Project PUMA (Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility), this is a two-seater, two-wheel electric vehicle that is designed to transport people around an urban space quickly, safely, quietly and cleanly. With a top speed of 35 mph and a range of 35 miles on a single charge, PUMA comes with integrated Dynamic Stabilization for balance and a Smart Battery management system for the lithium-ion power pack. Glorified and doubled-up Segway or cool commuting alternate. We’ll let you decide!