Sunday, May 16, 2010

And We Thought it Was All Make-Believe: GM's EN-V

Just a few days ago we posted a page from Popular Science, showing a microcar of the future. While we thought it was interesting, we assumed that it was nothing more than a vision. (A little like the flying scooter that ran a few days back.)

But...we did some looking around and realized that we missed the unveiling of the GM/Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. EN-V concept cars at the Shanghai car show back in March. Shame on us.

According to GM:

EN-V, short for Electric Networked Vehicle, is a two-seat vehicle designed to alleviate concerns surrounding traffic congestion, parking availability, air quality and affordability for tomorrow's cities.

Photo courtesy of GM.

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