GENERAL MOTORS BEGINS PILOT TESTING ELECTRIC CONCEPT CARS

October 14, 2011 The Unbiased Writer
According to reports, GM has begun pilot testing of its new ‘EN-V‘ networked electric concept cars. A part of General Motors (GM) urban pilot programs for their zero-emissions concept vehicles, the goal of the test is to measure the real-world practicality of the cars. The cars will be manufactured under GM‘s Chevrolet brand, and  includes three models of two-seater electric urban vehicles. Powered by lithium-ion batteries that recharge from conventional outlets, a autonomous mode is connected to intra-vehicle communications and traffic infrastructure, permitting the vehicle be used by people otherwise unable to drive as well as offering future options for route optimization based on traffic. Check out images of the concept cars below, and as always, let us know what you think?

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