10 Personal Transport Vehicles Made to Get You Moving

10 Personal Transport Vehicles Made to Get You Moving


– [Glen] From transporting
suitcases to flying machines, personal mobility is coming
along at breakneck speeds. This is Glen and today, we are bringing you 10
personal transportation vehicles made to get you moving. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number 10. – [Glen] Imagine cruising
around the airport on your suitcase, listening to your favorite music on an
included Bluetooth speaker. Thanks to the Airwheel SE3 Smart Riding Suitcase,
this is now possible. When used as a scooter, the aluminum alloy frame
has a length of two feet, a width of one foot, and a
height of just under three feet. It has a storage volume of just over one cubic
foot with the ability to withstand about 200
pounds of external pressure. It has removable 36 volt battery pack that powers a 250 watt motor, allowing it to reach speeds
of up to six miles per hour. When you get to your destination, it can be folded back
into a rolling suitcase. It also comes with
smartphone connectivity, and a high definition
LED display to keep track of diagnostics, such as
speed, mileage, and voltage. Pricing on this one
will run you about $600. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number nine. – [Glen] This semi-reclining
21 speed electric tricycle has a supportive saddle
with an adjustable backrest, basic ergonomic handgrips, a steel fender, and an alloy chain guard that protects clothing while riding. Four inch wide tires with a 20 inch diameter provide a lower center of gravity for better stability and a smoother off-road ride. It has a length of 6 1/2 feet, a width of 2 1/2 feet and
a height of 3 1/2 feet. The 48 volt lithium-ion
battery has a charge time of five hours, which will give you a range of 18 to 40 miles, with a top speed of about 15 miles per hour. The Azteca also has
mechanical disc brakes, a digital readout, paddle assist, twist throttle, and weighs
in at just 86 pounds. If you like the laid-back
style of this bike, you can have your own for around 3900. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number eight. – [Glen] The JackRabbit is a lightweight compact
electric vehicle made for campus and urban mobility. The folding foot pedals and rotating stem makes storage
a breeze in smaller spaces. The aluminum monocoque frame
is only four feet from front to back with oversized front and rear tires that bring out a traction and softness to any ride. A two hour charge time
powers a 36 volt battery which offers a range of 13 miles with a top speed of 18 miles per hour. It comes with an LED battery indicator, USB charging port, and a
three-position speed switch that can be removed to provide lockout security for the bike, with a projected production
date of late 2018. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number seven. – [Glen] This self-balancing
wheelchair from Airwheel was made for those with limited mobility. It has 14 inch tires, a
foldable handle for steering, and forward and reverse motion, which is controlled by
moving forward and back. The magnesium alloy frame and comfortable seating make for a safe and relaxing ride over any period. It has a length of 2 1/2 feet, a width of about two feet, and a height of just over three feet, with a maximum weight
capacity of 198 pounds. Dual batteries have a
charge time of three hours and produce a top speed
of six miles per hour. The A6T comes with an LCD display that keeps track of temperature, speed, mileage, and battery life. You can pick one up for a cost of $7000. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number six. – [Glen] Yes, we know we just
talked about an Airwheel, and yes, we know it was also a wheelchair, but we’re big fans of things
like this, so humor us a bit. This automatic foldable
wheelchair is called the H3S. The aluminum frame measures
3 1/2 feet in length, and two feet in width, with a height of just over three feet. It has an interchangeable
joystick for easy steering, as well as having the ability to be remotely controlled using
the included smartphone app. A 25 volt battery provides
power to dual motors, which provide a top speed of
almost four miles per hour. Safety features include oversized tires for added stability, as well as a horn, light, and reverse
reminder for busier areas. The cost on this one will run
anywhere from 2000 to 3000. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number five. – [Glen] Spanish manufacturer
Torrot reached way back in time and updated this idea to be part of the next generation
of electric vehicles that are revolutionizing urban mobility. The steel frame and carbon
fiber body measure seven feet in length and just over
2 1/2 feet in width. Its two seats, one behind the other, allow it to handle like a motorcycle, yet have the feeling of being in a car. The Velocipedo is intended
for transporting smaller cargo or one person within cities where a normal sized car
might not be as efficient. Its 50 volt battery pack and 13.5 horsepower
motor produce a top speed of 55 miles per hour, with a range of just over 90 miles
before needing a recharge. Regenerative braking can increase
this up to 20%, depending on which of the four driving
modes are being used. The company is currently
taking reservations for a limited 70th anniversary edition with a base price around $7000. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number four. – [Glen] The ZEV Micro is
a low-cost trike intended to be driven for delivery
and personal utility. It’s legal to drive in most states, and can be driven with
a regular car license. The steering, throttle, and breaks are all hand
controlled from the handlebars, which allow it to be driven by more people due to the feet not being used. It measures just under
eight feet in length and almost four feet in width, with a height around five feet. Although it sounds small, it still has seating
room for three adults, with a maximum load
capacity of 500 pounds. The 72 volt battery and four
kilowatt electric motor provide a top speed of 40 miles per hour, with a maximum range of 47 miles. Pricing on this one will run you $6300. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number three. – [Glen] If you can’t tell by now, we like the Airwheel line of vehicles. Like most ebikes, this
one gives you the option of riding using electric power, or just pedaling for a bit of exercise. It retracts with a push
of a button to a compact and easy-to-carry unit for
those times during your commute when riding isn’t an option. The aluminum alloy body
measures four feet in width and just over three feet in
height when fully extended. It weighs in at just over 42 pounds with a maximum weight
capacity of 220 pounds. The 36 volt motor in the R6 can reach a top speed around 12 1/2 miles per hour. The removable, 244 watt-hour
battery can be charged in about three hours using
a standard home outlet. If you’re interested, you
can own one for just $735. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number two. – [Glen] Uniti Sweden paired with industrial giant Siemens to develop its first electric car. It was designed specifically for the city, with high-performance and agility in mind. The company claims to
have the world’s largest and most advanced interactive heads-up display in the windshield. In addition, the
designers digitized almost all the interaction points, to make the care as intuitive as possible. In keeping with the
idea of sustainability, the body is made from a
recyclable carbon fiber, with an interior created
from organic deposits. The electric motor provides a top speed of up to 81 miles per hour. The axillary battery can be charged in about 10 minutes for
a quick 20 mile trip, with a main battery that can provide a range of up to 186 miles. The Uniti One will have a base price of just over $17,000, with a projected delivery
date sometime in 2019. Before we reveal our number one pick, don’t forget to let us
know in the comments which one was your favorite and why. (upbeat music) – [Cassie] Number one. – [Glen] This all-electric
recreational vehicle from Kitty Hawk is intended
for use over water. Lift is provided by a
total of 10 propellers that allow the user to fly up
to 10 feet above the surface. Control is maintained using a
joystick and onboard computer, as well as a toggle switch for altitude. The single seater has a wingspan measuring eight feet by 13 feet. It has a top speed of 20 miles per hour, with a flight time ranging from 12 to 20 minutes depending on payload and environmental factors. Landing is made easy
using the dual pontoons that replace the standard landing gear. It’s classified as an ultralight, so there is no extra
licensing needed for the user. The company is currently offering presales by invitation only, with no
pricing available at this time. (upbeat music) – Hey guys, this is Cassie. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. Tell us in the comments
below what you found to be the most interesting and why. Also, if you haven’t done so yet, make sure to hit the
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  2. I like the mini cars! Not a fan of e cars/bikes yet guess I like the freedom of going out in the mtns for days wouldn't want to get stuck out there tho! I think I am drawn to mini things even the houses!

  3. Uniti is the most practical one but it's prices should be affordable not exorbitant like other EVs or else what's the difference between them or Tesla or others.

  4. Abundance of Good Clean Fun with top notice to #10 Air wheel SE3: suitcase Smart riding and Bluetooth tech is a winning combo ! Attn: Screenwriters; rock your Film with several shots of it! Price is a Steal at $600.#9 elec Bike Tricycle as needed in Inclement weather, for recreation/Supply Run, priced well at $3,900.#8Jack Rabbit, perf for H.S./College Students; love the lockout security!#7Airwheel self-balance Chair for Mobility issues (check SOLVED folks who have been left out of the Cruise Vacations) also AirWheel H3S- priced for low budget clients,#6, #5, #3AirweelR6; Elec Moped (1st Xmas Gift on Giftlist 2018) Truly bargain at $735!, #2 Unity 1goes the distance at up to 186 miles, #1 The Flyer, imagine having something else to do at the Lake besides the usual swim, hunt, fish! Can't wait to see it debut!

  5. Your #1 selection would be mine as well !
    Very interested in pricing however please !
    So when you have it available, please find a way to notify us !
    Love it !

  6. all this is good, yet it's only aimed to be used by skinny people, I accept that us fatties should walk more, yet It would be nice to see alternative transportation aimed at heavier and less mobile people

  7. what an overwhelmingly interesting channel. and are you kidding me with the flyer? the future of pizza delivery will enter a golden age

  8. For personal mobility devices, most of these examples leave a lot to be desired in the capacity department. Many aren't even able to carry the weight of a large adult male, even if he ISN'T overweight. Since over a third of Americans are currently overweight, it only stands to reason that they would be the demographic most in need of such devices. Especially since excess weight causes joint, back, and stamina issues. This means that only a small percentage of those who would benefit most from such devices could actually use them, making them novel but impractical.

  9. These are all impractical and overpriced. For about $1000-$1500, you can get an electric unicycle that will outperform nearly all of them. It just takes a few weeks to learn how to ride them, and they outperform electric bicycles.

  10. #2 has excellent potential for use as an urban commuter, range looks good too, 17k is not a bad price, but if they can get that down would make it much better, having something like this as your little get around, go to work/school and/or do errands car will be in many peoples garages.

  11. The Siemens vehicle was most interesting because it was affordable and had a short trip quick charge means . All it needed was to be more versatile such as be able to hook up to the home solar panels and supply the home with boosted voltage use of some home appliances like heating and AC and running the fridge and the computers in a power outage.

  12. My favorite is number 10 – the rolling suitcase – it fits my imagination – definitely interested in getting one of those – are they available in the US, and how do I reach the company?

  13. Minds Eye always delivers interesting videos that keep me InTouch with technology that can improve my life and mobility. Great job!

  14. If you live in the Nanny State of New York, anything with a motor that moves you is considered a motor vehicle. Want to use a scooter with an electric motor, you have to get licensed to operate a motorcycle. Same is true for all other motor driven transport products, so move to a Free State or give up, the Nanny State has you by the balls. Oh and that Includes the possibility you buy a Segway. Just Segway over the NYS DMV and read how you'll need a license, insurance, and I would imagine even a registration so you can pay a Nanny State Fee every year on the contraption. More Taxes will solve everything.

  15. When any of these innovative safe and sensible vehicles tell you that it can be driven legally 'In Most States', what they are telling you is you can't drive it in the Nanny State of New York.

  16. On this one i like them all and the price's are slowly coming down its just the milage needs to be higher just for me to pop and see my mother round trip 357 miles,but we are getting there its just taking time,governments really need to help out but they don't unless there is something in it for the politicians but that the way of the world.

  17. My favorites were #2 and #4. My husband is a delivery driver for Grub Hub and *Uber Eats*. Right now he is using our Honda Odyssey van to do his deliveries and is putting $40, per day, in gas just to do his job. He has been looking at hybrid vehicles lately but I think getting one of these would be much much better! We live near Portland Oregon. Most of his deliveries are in Downtown Portland, where parking is at a premium. I'm so glad I watched this video!

  18. I like #4 …price was reasonable for what you'd be getting…good speed and bigger onboard atea…although it's still not affordable for me!!;)

  19. Hi there, I like the car because it would be better on gas, enter city driving, easy to park, has safety features, and privacy.

  20. I love 10, 9, 7, 6, 5, 4 3 especially and 1. I need mobility devices I can afford which is why I like most of these others I liked because they look fun.

  21. Like a couple of other videos, these things couldn't hack a real rough Canadian winter, hell, not even Montana, Colorado or Washington state. You'll still need something with internal combustion, traction, mass and hopefully road/ground clearance for those spots that don't get plowed, all fair weather devices they are. Someone is going to have to invent Zero Point Energy or we go to Emile Tesla's original invention of broadcast electric power. The same idea Edison Jr, nixed because you can't put a meter on it to make people pay. Well, there is that Canadian professor, now working at MIT, that has come up with a much better storage medium, primarily for storing wind and solar produced electricity, but they're big, designed to run neighbourhoods, so maybe if he and his students can get the size down to fit in two wheelers to four wheelers. ????

  22. a horn for a 4 mile an hour wheel chair , beep beep move outta the way , i'm Super Fast , lmao ! can beep at people walking faster than you driving

  23. The Zev bike is my favorite I miss biking due to a back injury this seat would be perfect ND would allow me to bike once again.

  24. C mon people you're getting lazy I am handicap and don't walk well however I at least try to walk where I need. We are getting lazy America

  25. I am going to get a electric lithium battery powered food chewing machine soit can chew for me or a TV show watching unit for when I get tired keeping my eyelids open

  26. While the ideas behind these vehicles look impressive, there's several things to note. The cars ase so light weight the wind could blow them over on a state road. Then there's the one that would hold 3 adults with a 500 lb weight limit. where can you find 3 adults under 500 lbs?!?
    Same with the bikes & wheel chairs….. a 200 lb weight limit. Who's gonna pay thousands of dollars for a wheel chair with a 200 lb weight limit when all small & standard size power chairs (even Hoveround) has a 250 lb limit & can go from 6 – 12 MPH depending on the model?

    This means about 65 – 75% of americans alone can't ride them. Think that's overrated? You may be right. You may also be right if you think some of these weight limits & speed limits are overrated, too.

    Most ratings are listed under optimal conditions, which next to nobody has. Until battery power is increased & battery weight decreases, several of these products are just wishful thinking.

    Did anyone besides me notice all the riders/drivers were skinny people?

  27. WOOOW !! ALL ARE Absolutely Amazing AWESOME FABULOUS & Wonderful πŸ†πŸ‘πŸ‘& Thankyou Soooooooooooooo VERY MUCH For Sharing πŸ––βœŒ

  28. I could you update your videos from time to time what's in production what's not what failed what's working and the price update thank you

  29. Lmao flying at 20 mph for 12 minutes and then it dies and you only made it couple miles πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

  30. Heck, I’ll take my $1500 Rad Electric bike that folds in 1/2.
    They have a complete line of electric bike , all under $2000!
    Otherwise, I have a off road Segway for about $5000.

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