Honda takes unicycle to a more boring level

Comfort and safety are the top features when it comes to buying a new car, so in an attempt to make its U3-X personal mobility device more consumer-friendly, Honda has improved both those aspects in its new Uni-Cub concept. » 12/13/11 12:30pm 12/13/11 12:30pm

Riding Honda's Cybernetic Unicycle In Times Square

Japanese engineers thought that allowing Matt Lauer to ride the Honda U3-X on the Today Show this morning was "too risky," but I sweet-talked them into letting me roll through Times Square on it. Cybernetic unicycle, meet New York. » 4/06/10 4:45pm 4/06/10 4:45pm

Bizarre Honda U3-X Mobility Device Launched On Bizarre Japanese Show

Viewing the Honda U3-X wheelie stool in the relatively sane environment of Jalopnik makes it hard to conceive a potential use for the device. Maybe this Japanese TV show puts things in better context. » 9/25/09 9:30am 9/25/09 9:30am

Honda's New Mobility Device Is a Motorized, Segway-Style Unicycle

The Honda U3-X, the automaker's new personal mobility device, is a boom box-looking one-person unicycle-like scooter for office use, home mobility and travel on sidewalks without interfering with walkers, as seen in the awkward video and gallery below. » 9/23/09 9:45pm 9/23/09 9:45pm