Here's a video of Honda's newest innovation called the UNI-CUB, a technological marvel that no one asked for.
The UNI-CUB is designed to be a personal motorized stool built with a unique feature that allows its rider to effortlessly glide through an office or street. In other words, it's an expensive scooter made specifically for people lazier than Segway riders.
During the presentation, the developer bragged that the UNI-CUB is ideal for busy city streets due to a special technology that moves you out of the way when gently bumped by a pedestrian. Clearly, they didn't have the streets of Manhattan in mind when they were designing this feature. Unfortunately, the UNI-CUB has a few other obvious problems like, you know, stairs. And with a max weight capacity of about 220 lbs., Honda's going to have a little bit of trouble selling this in the U.S., given our obesity problem.
Evidently, the UNI-CUB is still a work in progress, meaning Honda intends to keep working on this instead of building a better car than Toyota. Which is too bad because that's a technological marvel they actually need.