General Motors Corp. (GM) and Segway Inc. unveiled their new vehicle they christened PUMA (Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility). GM Segway Puma is a two-wheeled vehicle that both companies have envisioned to replace cars in crowded city streets like New York. Segway chief executive Jim Norrod stated that they cannot hide their excitement over the GM-Segway PUMA as they are bound of "doing more with less". Just like Segway's electric scooters, GM-Segway PUMA has "less emissions, less dependability on foreign oil and less space."
The GM-Segway Puma weighs just about 300 pounds and runs on a Lithium battery that can run 35 miles per charge. About speed, the GM-Segway PUMA can reach up to 35 mph. However, both GM and Segway have not yet released a price range of how much they would sell PUMA.
We, at the Third World country, can just ogle at the GM-Segway Puma right now. Don't they know that we have something like that in the Philippines? See for yourself: