An elderly F1 fanatic has customized his mobility scooter with alloy wheels and Ferrari merchandise. You know, to make it go faster.
Since the GM EN-V debuted today, here's another balancing act which has caused furled brows over its necessity. The Taurus Concept is a compact, urban-targeted, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle balancing on two wheels. Wait, isn't that a motorcycle?
This is the GM EN-V, short for "Electric Networked-Vehicle," an autonomously-driving tech-heavy two-seater pod co-developed with Segway and designed to one day replace cars for short trips in cities. Will it work?
Honda has continued to attempt advanced walking-assist devices, though few have been as awkwardly displayed as the Honda Ass-imo...err...Walking Assist Device with Stride Management.
Mobility technology has historically been limited to wheelchairs. But the aging global population is leading companies like Honda and Panasonic to envision new technology combining robotics and even mind control to give mobility-limited individuals freedom. Here's what to expect.