General Motors and Segway have joined hands to change the way we commute in urban environments. The celebrated duo has announced a self-balancing two-wheeled vehicle called the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project (P.U.M.A.) that reaching the top speed of 35 mph will set new speed for self-balancing vehicles. Slated to debut at the New York Auto Show this week, the electric vehicle generates power from a lithium battery that amasses enough charge to run it for up to 25 miles on a single charge. Creating new fashion trends for cars, the compact vehicle allows mobility freedom with its ability to communicate with vehicles around it, which will help in reducing the risk of accidents and regulating the flow of traffic. Moreover, the energy efficient vehicle with no emissions will help in sustaining the environment.