Ever since Ninebot acquired Segay a handful of years ago, the brand originally known for those peculiar self-balancing personal transportation devices of the same name has expanded into everything from scooters and self-balancing strollers to electric motorcycles. Segway’s latest release takes things to a whole new level with the Apex H2 Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycle. That’s right, rather than pure electric power, the Apex H2 uses a hydrogen-electric hybrid powertrain that converts hydrogen to electric power. This unique setup–in addition to being hard to fill up because of the lack of other hydrogen-powered vehicles–gives the motorcycle 80hp, a 90mph top speed and a 0-62mph time of under 4 seconds. In the looks department, it’s straight out of a video game with dual single-sided swingarms and a very angular design. The currently teased price is just $10,700 which is a steal for a bike that looks and performs like the Apex H2. The concept is still in development with Segway saying they’ll launch a crowdfunding campaign to fund the bike in time to meet expected delivery in 2023.