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This tiny transformer of an electric moped is so ingenious, even James Bond might stoop to ride it. Japanese company Icoma made a functioning electric moped that looks like a suitcase/PC tower that unfolds for zippy transportation. When folded down, the Tatamel measures a mere 27.5″ x 26.7″ x 10″, so it fits under a desk or in a closet. It has LED headlights, taillights, and turn signals, as well as footpegs, a front-mounted cargo rack, a rearview mirror, and wood panels that look like bespoke cafeteria trays. The e-moped gets 31 miles of range and a top speed of 25 mph. It looks like Icoma will greenlight it for production.


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