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Lit Motors CEO, Danny Kim shares details
on his motorcycle testing accident at
Laguna Seca Raceways, his road
to recovery and his experience with
immobility.

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New York Times

For Some Drivers, an Electric Motorcycle Could Be the Best of Both Worlds

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Forbes

Two-Wheeled Electric Vehicle Builder Lit Motors Finds Funding From Mark Pincus And Kelly Slater

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Forbes

Lit Motors And Its Convention-Defying Motorcycle

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Tech Crunch

Colleen Taylor learns more about the design and drive mechanics of Lit Motors’ new kubo cargo scooter at CES

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Tech Crunch

Meet Kubo, The Crowdfunded Electric Cargo Scooter Made By Lit Motors

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Tech Crunch

TC Cribs: Lit Motors, Where Sleek Electric Cars (And More) Are Built From Scratch

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Tech Crunch

And The Winner Of TechCrunch Disrupt SF Is...

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BBC

A California company believes conventional cars are too big and inefficient for urban commutes. Jack Stewart test drives their answer – a two-wheeler that won’t fall over

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BBC

Lit Motors, a small company based in San Francisco, California I profiled in my last article, believes it might have a solution

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BBC

…[Daniel Kim's] company’s approach is different: shrink the car. Imagine if you could cut the size of a car in half, you could fit twice as many cars onto the streets, and into parking spaces

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BBC

As the number of cars on the road increases, new vehicles are being developed to reduce congestion, pollution and even the need for car ownership.

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BBC

Designed to withstand the brute force of an impact with an SUV (sport utility vehicle), the C-1 is the world’s first two-wheeler stabilised by electronically-controlled gyroscopes that create over 1,000 pounds of torque

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Wired

Designed to withstand the brute force of an impact with an SUV (sport utility vehicle), the C-1 is the world’s first two-wheeler stabilised by electronically-controlled gyroscopes that create over 1,000 pounds of torque

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Wired

If you’ve lived on two wheels for any amount of time, you understand there are compromises to riding instead of driving

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Wired

“My end goal is to have a big, positive impact on the world in terms of carbon emissions and providing a safer and more enjoyable commuting experience,” says Kim

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Der Speigel

Kein Hexenwerk: Der Clou aber am C-1 sind die beiden Gyroskope, die den Roller im Stand senkrecht halten. Sie rotieren im Bauch des Fahrzeugs nach Angaben des Herstellers mit 12.000 Umdrehungen pro Minute und sorgen so dafür, dass der Kabinenroller nicht umkippt.

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Wall Street Journal

Apple Looking to Bolster Car Project Apple held talks with Britain’s McLaren Technology, Electric vehicle maker Lit Motors.

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Bloomberg

Studio Visit: Lit Motors' Daniel Kim Gives a Tour

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LA Times


A San Francisco start-up has designed a prototype for the world's first gyro-stabilized electric motorcycle. Lit Motors says the C-1 vehicle combines the efficiency and freedom of a motorcycle with the safety and convenience of a car.

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CNN

Lit Motors self balancing C1 unveiled.

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Cnet

The San Francisco startup achieved a milestone by demonstrating a working proof-of-concept of its fully enclosed, self-balancing electric motorcycle.

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Lean Startup

Lit Motors CEO, Danny Kim, speaks at the Lean Conference.

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Popular Science

One of the 10 brilliant innovations for our Inventions awards

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Tech Crunch


Lit Motors Will Shake Up The Electric Vehicle Market With Its Two-Wheeled, Untippable C-1

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Wired

This is the gyro-stabilized, two wheeled future of transportation.

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