General motors en-v

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The EN-V (Electronic Networked - Vehicle) is being talked about as being the potential solution to all the day to day urban driving issues as well as the associated environmental concerns which is a fair call and probably true. The EN-V is a small, two seater car that runs on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It can run for about 25 miles on a full charge and has a top speed of 25 mph. The main ethos behind the EN-V is to address all the usual driver concerns such as costs of motoring, parking, and stress as well as satisfying environmental considerations such as reducing air pollution, increasing energy efficiency and alleviating congestion. The car itself has been designed to look futuristic and fun as well as being practical. The EN-V asks the question ‘automatic or manual?’ However, it’s not the gearbox it is referring to, but the driver this little vehicle can take the responsibility of driving from you as it can be set to automatic functions, which is ideal for the standard driver. It has built in GPS and collision sensors as well which should also lower the accident rate.

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