Called the GM EN-V, this two-wheeled, pod-shaped electric vehicle concept features dynamic stabilization technology, which means that it can “turn on a dime”. That’s not all, “everything in EN-V is drive-by-wire, supporting its ability to operate autonomously or under manual control.” It is powered by lithium-ion batteries. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video.
Recharging can occur from a conventional wall outlet using standard household power, allowing EN-V to travel at least 40 kilometers on a single charge. EN-V can also improve the efficiency of the public electric infrastructure since the vehicle can communicate with the electric grid to determine the best time to recharge based on overall usage.