Inventist SHANE Two-Wheeled Electric Car
Shane Chen of Inventist is touted as the creator of the original hoverboard, and his latest project, SHANE, borrows its two-wheeled design. It comes equipped with parallel wheels that automatically react relative to the car body, keeping it in perfect balance, even at high speeds.



SHANE was designed to be practical and efficient for everyday urban as well as highway use where laws permit. The front wheel steering system ensures greater maneuverability and makes parking a breeze, thanks to the two wheel differential speed control. Large wheels minimize rolling resistance while in-wheel regenerative shocks store damping energy to recharge the battery. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on if or when we’ll see a functional prototype from Inventist.

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Inventist SHANE Two-Wheeled Electric Car

Chen’s colorful history of inventions have won awards at CES, INPEX, ISPO and The History Channel and one of his scientific instrument inventions has been used by NASA in the space station. Now his original Hoverboard is featured in a new exhibit in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London,” said the company.

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