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For our final round of coverage from CES 2011 we take a spin the in the GM EN-V personal mobility concept. Part Segway, part self-driving car pod, the EN-V feels like its arrived directly from the future of transportation.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      I WOULD VERY MUCH LIKE TO BUY A TRANSLOGIC 41 CES GM EN-V
      IS IT POSSIBLE?
      jimmyv2222
      • 4 Years Ago
      Looks like a small enclosed golf cart with no place to put the clubs. I want to know how many of my tax dollars Government Motors is wasting on this. these things are a death trap if anything larger than a mini cooper hit it, and i agree they cant operate in northern cities
      J
      • 4 Years Ago
      Great concept and prototypes! Hope I live long enough to see the system they need developed... because it will also mean a greater population with fewer non-visionaries and short-sighted people.
      drewwizard
      • 4 Years Ago
      After watching the video, one possibility came to mind. At a mall or supermarket, the car would pull right up to the door, After you exit, the car could drive off by itself, and park itself. When you come out of the store, the car could be commanded to pick you up. A feature like that would be very advantageous to older/hanycapped drivers. Also the supermarket or mall would greatly benifit from a special parking lot for these cars, and maybe a special lane for drop off.
      bcrnbs2
      • 4 Years Ago
      lol
      another g.m. folley like the so called volt... which was a big waste of government money (thats right folks , g.m. didnt pay or its develoment, your tax money did). this piece of crap wont even
      replace the atv's they use at local events for crews to get around in
      just another waste of our money and a show for the obama motor company.
      25 mph and 25 mile limit.... lol
      that would not get you across any town of any size...
      another screw up by obamas general motors who hasnt made a decent
      car sence they begin way back in the early 1900's
      • 4 Years Ago
      I think it's just a enclosed Segway
        Norma and Bob
        • 25 Days Ago
        you are so right. Can u imagine getting on one of these busy freeways in one of these thing they call a car
      • 4 Years Ago
      Until they put speed into smart/green vehicles, Americans, as a whole, won't get on board. Give a guy some muscle, some umph, and look out. Add some speed to these vehicles, and there will be a resulting surge in R&D on smart/green tech, due to the increased American appetite.
        dusty754
        • 25 Days Ago
        Then look at the Tesla Roadster if you want speed and umph!!
        Is 0-60 in 3.7 seconds enough umph?? And the thing is completely electric.
        • 25 Days Ago
        Take a look at the Tesla Roadster. 288hp, top speed of 125mph, 0-60 in 3.7sec and a range of 245mi. Plenty of power, but have yet to see one on the road.
        • 25 Days Ago
        Wait until you get a load of the Fisker Karma which will hit the press on Feb. 21.
        • 25 Days Ago
        you cannot put horsepower behind small plastic cars . you have to sacrafice convenience for power or power for convenience. I think these means of transpo are great, just keep the prices within reach of average joe and jane. times are definately a changin!
      Jbo
      • 4 Years Ago
      Adam! Why are there no fat people in Africa? It's because they don't stuff their faces with food all day. No sympathy here. Get off your fat A$$, stop eating everything you see and focus on something else.
      SpeedyNutrino43
      • 4 Years Ago
      Betcha it would be great to be sealed in that thing when it's 90 + degrees. Oh well, you might sweat off a few pounds.
      • 25 Days Ago
      ... And everyone laugh at the host who thinks he's Clark Kent wearing that shirt. Notice how the front and back is longer than the sides, its designed to never show your underwear when tucked in. He wears the shirt loosely because that shows he is still young...But you can still listen to him reporting news about trash because that's the beauty behind plad... Does his boss dress him, or is he suffering from age related internal conflict. I reported, you decide, btw he did twirl for you on camera theres another element for you to think about. lol!
      • 25 Days Ago
      110 years ago people were arguing that the "Horseless Carriage" would never take off......
      • 25 Days Ago
      They should test it in Bakersfield Ca. It is like a miniature version of a big city
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