Honda has just unveiled its plans for a self-balancing motorcycle, capable of remaining upright without the need for a kickstand. The announcement was made at this year's CES tech event in Las Vegas. The 'riding assist' technology is implemented in the personal mobility device UNI-CUB. While there won't be much need for the technology when in motion, the technology will be handy in stop-start traffic and tight spaces. There's no information on whether this concept will become a reality in the near future but it certainly seems near.
Watch it in action in the video here below.
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