Japanese Icoma’s Tatamel bike goes from a suitcase-sized square to a tiny electric motorcycle in a few seconds. Charge it for three hours, and it’ll zip you 18 miles or so. The price tag is USD 4,000. The Icoma team is showing off its motorbike at CES in Las VegasBrand ICOMAModel TatamelSpeed 15 and 31 mphPower 600 watt (0.8 hp)Weight 53 lbsBattery 21700 LithiumBattery Life 4,000 cyclesℹRange 31 miles The moped can be folded into a small square box that fits under a standard office desk. The folded size is 700 x 680 x 260 mm (length x height x width). In folded mode, the box can be rolled along like a skate board and a carrying handle enables to transport the moped as a trolley on an airport. The bike also has USB and (optional) AC output so you can use it to power other devices — charge your phone, power your laptop, or run your margarita blender in a pinch. The moped is handmade in a workshop in Japan and the moped is fully customizable on request, which includes custom artwork and exterior design. The moped can be equipped for gardening, nature exploration and much more.