[pullquote_left]UNI-Honda Cub ReleasedÂ – Move With Comfort, UNI-Honda Cub has the loco motor system, which is stimulated by the movements of the body and move in any direction, including in a circle. With driving wheel system and is equipped with Honda Omni Traction Drive and control technology balance.[/pullquote_left]
he Honda presented its latest invention by this month in Tokyo, the UNI-Cub, vehicles electric personal robot, in the form of the mobility device UNI-Honda CUB staff. The UNI-Honda CUB is building theÂ in mobility device U3-X, The UNI-Cub was designed for indoor use, is powered by a lithium-ion battery that can take the vehicle a top speed of 6 km / h. The battery lasts for 5 km of use. The UNI-Honda CUB is the next generation of mobility devices, replacing the U3-x that was created by Honda in 2009.
The UNI-Honda Cub has the loco motor system, which is stimulated by the movements of the body and move in any direction, including in a circle. With driving wheel system and is equipped with Honda Omni Traction Drive and control technology balance. It even allows the user to move in any direction and control speed, weight simply by changing employee. Honda explains a little more about the design of your new Honda CUB-UNI.
“The design of the UNI-CUB-style saddle compact makes it easy to mount and unmount the device, plus it allows the user to keep the vision at the same time the other pedestrians. This configuration favors harmony between you and the other, leaving the pilot free to slide comfortably within buildings and between people moving.” The Honda UNI-CUB is capable of reaching a top speed of 6 km / h (3.7 mph) and has a range of about 6 km or 3.7 miles, as well as being able to climb gradient, size and measures 520L 345W mm x 745H. During the month of June 2012, Honda will begin to demonstrate the UNI-CUB at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Japan.
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