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Honda Uses Its Riding Assist Technology to Create a Self-Balancing Motorcycle Concept Vehicle

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9 January 2017, 8:36 pm
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Honda has used its “Riding Assist” technology to create a self-balancing motorcycle concept vehicle. The technology greatly reduces the chance of the bike and rider falling over when at a stand-still, and was developed for Honda’s UNI-CUB personal mobility device.

As seen in both the launch video and Honda’s CES 2017 press conference, the motorcycle and UNI-CUB are both also capable of driving slowly even without a rider, creating the possibility for autonomous functions.

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