Face it, our lives revolve around the iPod. So why not have an electric scooter that glows in the dark and has a dock for the iPod? The Yamaha EC-02 may be the only thing Yamaha will be selling when oil hits $200 a barrel, so stock up now. Why glow in the dark? The technology enables the exterior to give a "vividly stereoscopic impression of the three-dimensional shape of any surface treated with the film" said a report from Japan.
Faster and Faster motorcycle blog says" Apart from its night-glow tech and iPod compatibility, the EC-02 is your usual battery-powered scooter that weighs 47 kilos, has a range of 40km and a top speed of 30km/h. Batteries take six hours to charge. Park it out in the sun during the day, and the film covering the EC-02 gets all charged up and glows in the night. "
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