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The C-1 from Lit Motors was presented at CES 2014 as an all-electric, self-righting motorcycle, even though the enclosure makes it look more like a smart car.

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Using two gyroscopes, the vehicle is able to keep itself upright at a stand-still, and also provides greater stability during riding and the occassional bump in the road.

 The C-1 will have a top speek of at least 100 mph with an acceleration of 0-60 in less than 6 seconds, making this 800 lb a promising mode of transportation.
With an estimated cost of $19,000 (after tax incentives), the C-1 is planned for production by the end of 2014, according to CMO, Ryan James.
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