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Intelligent Urban Vehicle Can Drive Itself

Intelligent Urban Vehicle Can Drive Itself
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General Motors has announced a new electric smart-vehicle designed for future urban environments.

by Dan Gould
  • 25 march 2010

General Motors has announced a new electric smart-vehicle designed for future urban environments.

The EN-V, which was revealed yesterday in Shanghai, is fully electric and only has two wheels. It can fit two passengers, and produces no emissions.

A degree of intelligence is built into the car as well. It’s able to communicate with other vehicles to avoid accidents, and can navigate itself with a detailed GPS system.

Unfortunately, the EN-V is not scheduled to be released until 2030.

Watch a video preview below:



General Motors

[via Newslite]

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