2015CES - INMOTION to Showcase New Self-balancing Smart Vehicles at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

The Newest Smart Sensor Control Vehicles to be Demonstrated for the Media at Pepcom's Digital Experience

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- INMOTION, a high tech firm that specializes in the research and development of self-balancing vehicles and mobile robot platforms, will be demonstrating its new R2 model and electric unicycle V3 at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2015) and Digital Experience, Pepcom's media only event associated with CES.


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INMOTION V3 uses the latest in self-balancing technology and has an innovative design that provides an easy ride and a smooth driving experience. The dual-wheel design, power assistance technology, and smart mobile app integration all make for a fun, easy and interactive experience.

"The V3 features are beyond the general concept of a self-balancing vehicle; We consider this a smart vehicle with remote-control features and an integrated smart system," said Vic Zhou, Chief Executive Officer, INMOTION. "INMOTION V3 is now one of the most innovative self-balancing vehicles and we are excited to showcase all of its features at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show."

The upgraded self-balancing vehicle R2 model is also on the list. INMOTION R2 upgrades include a further integrated smart phone application, Geo-Fence GPS boundary control, higher ground clearance, headlight for night driving, and a pioneering "Quick Gesture" feature for mode changes and quick on/off.

INMOTION V3 is currently available for the manufacturer's suggested retail price of $799, and the upgraded R2 model will see no increase in price from its predecessor, the R1EX, $2499.

INMOTION Technologies will unveil the L1 electric scooter at the Digital Experience. The INMOTION L1 is the first scooter of its kind and includes INMOTION smart features and self-balancing technology.

With new innovations in self-balancing technology, INMOTION will provide exhibition visitors with a new riding experience. Visitors will have the opportunity to test drive the INMOTION R2 and V3. The Digital Experience is a by-invitation-only event for media attending CES. All CES attendees can find INMOTION at Booth #72740 in the Sands Expo.

About INMOTION Technologies Co., Ltd.

INMOTION Technologies Co., Ltd. is a leading high tech enterprise specialized in robotics and sensor controlled vehicle (SCV) technologies. INMOTION products are now available in over 40 countries and territories worldwide, and are used and held in high esteem by many internationally famous politicians, celebrities, and pop stars. INMOTION strives to create extraordinary tech lifestyles and the best possible experience for the end user. For more information, please visit http://www.imscv.com/en/.

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