Japan has revealed the ultimate personal transporter that doesn’t need to find a parking space anywhere – a portable device of small size can easy to carry in a bag.
The Japanese engineer has developed a device of laptop size that can easy to carry and doesn’t need much space and has a top speed of 6.2 miles per hour.
The car is known as ‘Walk Car‘ and the material used is aluminum and less lightly as it weighs only two to three kilograms i.e. 4.4 to 6.6 pounds – depends on is it inside or outside.
The cocoa motors with their team worked on the project and exposed the car that weight only two to three kilogram and able to travel 7.4 miles on its full charge and resembles as a skateboard.
Saito the engineer of the product added that inventory is strong enough as it has the power to push a wheelchair with people – the device is able to load the weight up to 120 kg. The device is pretty smart and able to run at speed of 16 kilometers per hour with up to 12 kilometers on a single charge of three hours. The device doesn’t need any stereo or remote to change the direction as it is smart premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/anti-inflammatories/ enough to read the foot shifting of weight and you go in the direction – the firm added that device can change the world.
The Saito and his team were confident towards the launch of the product as it doesn’t need any parking slot, parking space is the big issue of the world and the concept raises to provide the people with new kind of ride and to save the space.
The car is easy to ride, you just need to stand on the board and it starts automatically and when you step off from the car then it stops, you have to move your foot in direction where you want to go – just shift your foot weight and it can fit in a bag easily when it is not in use.
The firm said that if you have a car in your bag that means you have transportation vehicle every time – you just ride on, the firm said that might be the idea is in a world but this device is started from scratch and I want to show the world that Japan can also be innovative.