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    Unbelievable! LIT Motors C1: The Car-Like Motorcycle That Doesn’t Fall Over.

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    Lit motors C-1 electric motorcycle car

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    C-1 'rolling smartphone' electric vehicle

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Lit Motors Inc. No matter how much push or crash onto this little Electric two wheeler it will NOT fall on it side. An excellent vehicle for countries who have rainy climate and depend on Eco two wheelers to take them around! Lit Motors if you hearing me Market in India and make a killing in profits alone.

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vintage - The car my Dad bought for the three of us to learn to drive. It was a stick, small and cheap on gas. A quarter would give you a 1/4 of a tank and we could drive all night until our curfew at 10 p.m.

The manufacturer BMW have thought this E-Scooter using the base of the Concept C. This electric vehicle combines ecological sportsman. Using Lithium batteries, the autonomy of this vehicle would be 100 kilometers. An interesting design to discover in the following image.

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