From four to two
New York: A solution to the world's urban transportation problems could lie in two wheels not four, according to executives for General Motors Corp and Segway Inc.
The companies announced that they are working together to develop a two-wheeled, two-seat electric vehicle designed to be a fast, safe, inexpensive and clean alternative to traditional cars and trucks for cities across the world.
Image:Mike Gansler, Director of Core Technology with Segway Inc, sits in a Project P.U.M.A. prototype in New York's Times Square . The Project P.U.M.A. prototype is an all electric two person, urban transportation vehicle, built in collaboration between Segway and General Motors.
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