Future Motion has returned to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to reveal its newest one-wheeled, self-balancing skateboard that it has called the OneWheel+.
It was only two years ago that Future Motion was at CES revealing the OneWheel, the first iteration of the motion board.
This time around, Future Motion has redesigned the motor to make it 4 mph faster (now it goes 19 mph), quieter, and smoother than the outgoing model. The California-based brand has also given the OneWheel+ better footpads that have full sensor coverage to make riding easier.
A companion app also improves the ride—and how easy it is to learn how to ride—of the OneWheel+ by customizing the ride feel and other settings.
The OneWheel+ is available for $1,500.