EN-V is a two-seat electric vehicle that was designed to alleviate concerns surrounding traffic congestion, parking availability, air quality and affordability for tomorrow’s cities.
EN-V is propelled by electric motors in each of its two driving-mode wheels. Dynamic stabilization technology empowers EN-V, giving it the unique ability to carry two passengers and light cargo in a footprint that’s about a third of a traditional vehicle. It can literally “turn on a dime” within its own operating envelope. In addition, everything in EN-V is drive-by-wire, supporting its ability to operate autonomously or under manual control. The motors not only provide power for acceleration, but also bring the vehicle to a stop.
- GM Shows Off Their EN-V Car of the Future at the Detroit Auto Show (inhabitat.com)
- GM EN-V: The Futuristic Electric Pod Vehicle (techeblog.com)
- GM Unveils EN-V Concept Vehicle at CES (shoppingblog.com)
- Joyride Your Way with Hands-free Cars! (athingforcars.com)