The autonomous electric two-seater is being redesigned for driver comfort and donning a Chevy badge before it's released into the wild for real-world testing.
The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Automotive News reports on GM's plans to test its EN-V personal mobility vehicle.
Remember the EN-V personal transport vehicles we showed you back in March? General Motors has only gone and built the thing -- and our chums over at CNET.com have tried it out.
Brian Cooley takes a ride on GM's newest two-wheeled electric concept car, called the En-v, at CES 2011 in Las Vegas
In addition to its next generation infotainment system, GM will be showing off the three electric two-seater EN-V concepts it debuted at the 2010 Expo in Shanghai last March.
Australian automaker Holden, a division of GM, offers the Calais-V Sportwagon, a comfortable and capable car for road trips.
Web video of General Motors' new EN-V concept car. GM's Chris Borroni-Bird explains how the zero-emission vehicle will change transportation in the future.
Chinese auto parts supplier Wanxiang plans to offer repurposed Fisker Karma's with V-8 engines capable of bringing the car to 200 mph.
At next week's New York auto show, Cadillac will show off its 2014 CTS model, complete with a new, powerful and efficient twin-turbocharged V-6.
Self-driving vehicles may seem cutting-edge, but they could be on the road by the end of the decade, says GM.