Nino uses the auto-stabilized technique from NinebotĀ® technology as propulsion system, modified for use by people with disabilities, with good trunk mobility. The two parallel wheels and sensors allow to go forward when you move your bust forward and backward to brake or reverse. The removable handle allows for the transfer to turn with one hand (the electric motors turn the wheels independently). The turning radius is zero degrees.

The car’s electronic stability allows managing and field changes, slope and position of the body.

At the stop, self balancing is disabled when the user deploys the crutches (by Power button on the side of the seat) to stabilize the Nino. A wireless coded key command the machine to start up; Nino is a connected vehicle : The battery indication, the speed and the mileage are available on any smartphone or tablet via a dedicated application.

Ultra-lightweight (39kg), Nino take you anywhere: in your car, train and even by plane, thanks to its dedicated Fly Case (option). Seat folded down, its size is minimal.

Since the continents are see-thorugh, the particular darker orange from the lower hard drive is visible along with fake watches shows the part of the Earth in which it really is night, and where it can be morning.