The picture in CNET's story about GM's EN-V program says it all: Welcome to the future! GM is considering whether to make Detroit its testing ground for a new battery-powered, enclosed two-wheeled vehicle designed for car-clogged cities like Beijing. Is it us, or does the vehicle look like something out of
"EN-V, which stands for Electric Networked Vehicle, is GM's answer to improving transportation systems in congestion-choked cities such as Beijing. The EN-V was unveiled in 2010 at the Shanghai auto show. It is a battery-powered, enclosed two-wheeled vehicle that seats two, based on the two-wheeled Segway scooter. It reaches speeds of 25 mph and can drive itself and communicate wirelessly with other EN-Vs to avoid crashes."
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