GM and Segway Team Up For Small Street Vehicle

The P.U.M.A. is an experimental prototype that takes Segway technology and fits it to a two-person commuter car frame.

"Take two companies whose products are sort of a joke, slap them together, and here's the result: The P.U.M.A., a sort of giant, two-person Segway that is designed for commuters, with a 35-mile range from its lithium-ion batteries. It has a top speed of 35 MPH, which is plenty for city cruising."

Segway P.U.M.A. Offical Website

Full Story: Puma: GM and Segway take a swing at a small car

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