Company unveils ‘car’ the size of laptop a computerBy Mason White 1:52 PM August 27, 2015
By: Wayne Morin
(Scroll down for video) A company has unveiled a “car” that fits in a bag.
The company called Cocoa motors of Japan, created the sleek device so that one can ride around easily.
The small battery-powered device is called “WalkCar.” It compares to a segway, but it is easy to carry around.
The product is the size of a laptop computer.
The “vehicle” weighs less than seven pounds and can be carried around anywhere easily and therefore, it is described as a “car in a bag.”
This cool product was created by the 26-year-old engineer Kuniako Saito and his team at Cocoa motors.
The “WalkCar” is made of aluminum and can carry a load of up to 265 pounds. It can reach speeds of 6.2 miles per hour for distances of up to 7.4 miles after three hours of charging.
The developer also said that the gadget is very easy to use. Once the driver gets on the car, it starts to ride automatically, and as soon as one gets off, it stops.
The product will cost around $800.