Segway wants you to forget about its much-maligned, seriously overpriced, and geeky city-tour-relegated Segway CT. The Dean Kamen-invented two-wheeler was supposed to upend transportation as we know it, but it only upended itself. Now, that it’s no longer made, Segway is focusing on other modes of e-transportation. The eMoped C80 breaks from moped convention via its sleek looks, as well as via the all-electric powertrain that nets 50 miles of range and a top speed of 20 mph. The pedals qualify it as an electric bicycle, but the use of them isn’t required for motion since it’s not electric assist. It also gets an LED headlight and taillight, digital speedometer, and The C80 also provides locking and unlocking via smartphone app, and it even automatically unlocks when it senses you’re nearby and locks automatically once you disembark. Fund it on Indiegogo now for a 13% discount off the $2,199 retail price, and deliveries start next month.