The manufacturer Toyota doesn't deny that he has developed a two-wheeled electric scooter on the principle of Segways. In the picture above you can see a group that performs a test program in Tokyo waterfront city.
The device is still in the testing phase, but is accepted as a motorcycle by the city government, evidentally allowing it to use bike lanes. One can join the test drivers for free at two weekends in April. Needed are a driver's license for motorcycles and an introductory course.
Of course, that would be something for tourists being familiar with the device. Below in the video, you see a variant which is controlled between the knees. This has the advantage, you can fold it and take it with you by subway.
Actually a Winglet doesn't compete with a Segway, because that has a significantly larger base, is significantly faster with a maximum of 20 km/h, but also 2.5 times as heavy. It manages around 20 km range, but then needs 8 to 10 hours charging time. 03/16