1. Japanese company cocoa motors launched a laptop-sized ‘Walkcar’. Its height is just 74 mm, while it's flat and square standing surface allows users to step off instantly and safely in any direction. 2. Four sensors installed in the standing surface let the user control the basic maneuver as they shift their weight to accelerate, decelerate, and turn without using a handle or a remote controller. 3. ‘Walkcar’ comes with self-healing paint coating on its surface, which is hard to scratch and improves grip for more stable riding. 4. It is made of carbon fiber and aircraft-grade aluminum, both of which allow for a very lightweight, strong vehicle. 5. The special motor of ‘Walkcar’, enables it to drive at a speed of 16/km per hour, and on slopes with a 10-degree incline.