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  • WalkCar is a speedy alternative to walking
  • WalkCar is a speedy alternative to walking
    Cocoa Motors (2015) ©
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WalkCar is a speedy alternative to walking

WalkCar may not be the hoverboard that Back To The Future promised us, but it’s not far off. Created by Japanese inventor Kuniaki Sato, 'the world’s smallest electric car' carries passengers like a Segway and fits right into your backpack. But will it become a widely adopted mode of transport?

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