Los Angeles Auto Show Doubles Number Of Participating Companies In GO

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The number of participating companies in the Los Angeles Auto Show’s “GO” destination — where new smart mobility and last-mile transportation technologies will be showcased — has been doubled, according to a new press release.

Such transportation devices and services — electric scooters, electric bikes, weirder technologies (segways), mobility apps, etc. — are considered by some analysts to be likely to enter a boom phase over the coming years.

GO will be first displayed for industry and media professionals during AutoMobility LA (November 14–17), and then for the general public during the LA Auto Show (November 18–27). These displays will be in the South Hall Atrium.

Here’s an overview of some of what’s will be on display:

abc Mobility: Serving Southern California locally and online nationwide, abc Mobility sells and rents a wide range of mobility equipment both in retail stores and online. At GO, abc Mobility will offer demos of recreational mobility scooters, self-balancing units and more electric transporters. Its booth, located at the south and west entrance, will have different models including EV3, Q-Chair, Tri-Runner, Covered Wagon, Q-33, Q-Bike, Segway Mini, Q-Cruiser and the newest folding electric scooter with chair and luggage positioning (e-Foldi). These models will all be available for test drives. Those interested in purchasing any of the demo models as well as other units, can do so onsite and orders will be delivered with free shipping the week after the show.


CycleBoard: With enhanced safety, a powerful electric motor and advanced lean-to-steer technology, CycleBoard is the world’s most versatile stand-up electric vehicle. The company will display four custom CycleBoards and accompanying accessories for attendees to check out. CycleBoard will also have a test drive sign-up sheet to demo the new CycleBoard after the show.

Navdy: Navdy will showcase the first augmented driving device that projects information directly in the driver’s line of site, for an all-new driving experience. Navdy’s breakthrough user-interface projects a transparent image on the road ahead, enables drivers to accept calls with the wave of a hand and a specially-engineered dial that lets drivers control their phone hands-free. For the first time, drivers can Look Forward while Staying Connected and enjoy seamless integration of their phone into the driving experience.

There will of course be a lot more on display, some of it quite interesting.

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