New concept vehicles unveiled in Shanghai

10:21, March 25, 2010      

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A General Motors' staff member steps out of an EN-V, or "Electric Networked-Vehicle", General Motors and its China joint venture partner SAIC Motor Corp, during an event to unveil its new concept car in Shanghai March 24, 2010. The two-seater EN-V, which would be networked with other cars to help avoid accidents and ease traffic in congested major cities like Shanghai, would not hit showrooms for another 10-20 years. "In the EN-V we are really showing a new concept, for not just electrified vehicles but a reinvented vehicle experience for mega cities," Alan Taub, GM's vice president for global research and development, told reporters in Shanghai. (

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