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CES 2015: The Big Push on Personal Transit Vehicles

Solutions for the last mile – that distance between public transportation and the home/office – have always been essential in getting more people to adopt more eco-friendly transit in urban environments. But now, more than ever, a number of startups are creating urban mobility solutions with the features that consumers demand. Here are three new vehicles being unveiled by manufacturers at CES that will be available later this year.

GenZe

This electric scooter was created after thorough market research with millennials and urban commuters. GenZe discovered the pain points for this market (parking, gas prices, ability to carry belongings) and designed an eco-friendly vehicle to meet these needs. Key specs include a 7-inch touch screen display and a removable, rechargeable battery that can be charged at any 110v outlet. The vehicle speed tops out at 30 mph and can travel 30 miles on a full charge. While license requirements may vary by state, most will not require a full motorcycle license for operation. The GeZe will be built domestically in Ann Arbor, Michigan and launch in March 2015 in California and Oregon.

INU

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INU is a portable personal transportation vehicle that’s built for short trips within a city or as a complementary option to public transit. One key feature in its lightweight design is the ability to fold on command (via gesture or voice using your smartphone), which makes it manageable in small home or office spaces....

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