The Motocompacto is very suitable for last mile transport, as it quickly folds into its own compact, light and stackable carrying case (29.2 x 21.1 x 3.7 inches).
Indeed, it may become the ideal car accessory, a take-along suitcase to supplement public transport and its compactness means it can be stored and charged in tight places.
With a maximum speed of 15 mph and zero-emissions range of up to 12 miles, Motocompacto can be fully charged in just 3.5 hours in both the folded and ready-to-ride configuration using a common 110 v outlet.
Though the Motocompacto was designed and developed by American Honda engineers, it is a concept that has been under development for half a century in the Japanese marketplace, and a very similar (though much bigger and heavier) gas-powered foldable Honda Motocompo was available in the 1980s as a "trunkbike" add-on for several Honda city cars.
The Honda Motocompo now has a cult following and sells for quite remarkable amounts at auction, particularly in America where it is rarer and people have more money. One of the most delightful aspects of the Motocompo was the 1980s Japanese TV commercial for the motorcycle in a suitcase featuring British ska band Madness.
According to newatlas