GM's EN-V Pride -- Electric Concept Car For Urban Mobility

GM unveils electric concept car for mega-cities

(Reuters) - General Motors unveiled a new electric concept car in China on Wednesday , aiming to burnish its image as a supplier of non-polluting cars tailored to the crowded mega-cities of the future.

General Motors Unveils Concept Electric Car in Shanghai: Video

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GM Unveils EN-V Concept: A Vision for Future Urban Mobility

Shanghai – By 2030, urban areas will be home to more than 60 percent of the world’s 8 billion people. This will put tremendous pressure on a public infrastructure that is already struggling to meet the growing demand for transportation and basic services.
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o   EN-V is short for Electric Networked Vehicle

o   Leverages electrification and connectivity, creating a new class of personal urban mobility

o   Connectivity separates EN-V from other electric vehicles

o   Autonomous driving, parking and retrieval with advanced sensors and drive-by-wire systems

o   Uses electricity supplied by a lithium-ion phosphate battery and can be recharged using ordinary outlets

o   Maximum speed of 40 kph and range of 40 kilometers, which is more than required by the average urban commuter

o   One-sixth the size of a regular passenger car and a 1.74-meter turning radius

o   Two-wheel drive, accommodates two passengers

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