Fuse by Lance Cassidy Comes With Built-In GPS and a Touch-Screen

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 2, 2011 • References: yankodesign
I have always found electric scooters to be a little on the lame side until I saw Fuse by Lance Cassidy. Fuse is a conceptual electric scooter designed for urban life. Fuse is tech-savvy, featuring a built-in GPS, touch-screen display and speedometer, and wireless connectivity with your cell phone.

Fuse by Lance Cassidy is also designed to be easily stored and charged. The rear wheel of fuse folds up and into the body, making the scooter the size of a large piece of luggage. Fuse uses electromagnetic induction to charge. For those of you who opted out of science class in high school, it basically means that Fuse can be charged from a charging pad in addition to a conventional outlet. Fuse by Lance Cassidy is extremely innovative if a little ahead of its time. Stats for Tech-Savvy Scooters Trending: Older & Mild
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