A Designer and Engineer Have Created a Rideable Piece of Luggage – Design You Trust

A Designer and Engineer Have Created a Rideable Piece of Luggage

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Designer Kevin O’Donnell has teamed up with engineer Boyd Brunner, to create MODOBAG, a motorized, rideable piece of luggage.

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The bag has 2000 cubic inches of interior space, can accommodate riders up to 200 lbs, has GPS tracking, and can reach speeds of up to 8 mph.

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Watch the video below to see it in action:

Via Contemporist

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