Smart urban mobility solutions provider NIU Technologies has unveiled two new electric vehicles that are 5G-connected, autonomous and self-balancing.

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, US, NIU introduced TQi-GT and RQi-GT.

TQi-GT is a self-balancing three-wheeler electric vehicle that comes with standard autonomous driving functionalities and self-parking capabilities.

Capable of reaching a top speed of 80km/h, TQi-GT comes with a range of up to 200km and has an anti-lock braking system for additional safety.

Meanwhile, RQi-GT is an urban performance electric motorcycle that can reach top speeds of up to 160km/h.

Equipped with two removable batteries with a combined power of 7kWh, the bike delivers a peak output of 30kW, which can power it as far as 130km in a single charge.

NIU aims to transform the way people think of urban commuting by delivering a product line that offers self-driving and autonomous features for entire cities. Sorry, there are no polls available at the moment.

As of now, NIU internet of things (IoT) uses smart sensors to identify information in real-time and combine Cloud computing analysis to recognise people and vehicles.

In the era of 5G, NIU aims to develop a transportation network platform called the NIU FLEET, which can serve as the urban mobility model.

RQi-GT and TQi-GT are expected to enter mass production in the second half of the year and will hit the markets a few months later.