While most of us never think on how the cars will look like in 2030, there are people out there that want to bring a part of the future in our days. In China for example, GM launched the EN-V (Electric Networked-Vehicle,) Concept. There are three different versions of the EN-V, each of them representing three different characteristics that emphasize the enjoyable nature of future transportation: Jiao (Pride), Miao (Magic) and Xiao (Laugh).
The En-V is powered by electric motors in each of its two driving-mode wheels. The power for the electric motors is provided by lithium-ion batteries that produce zero emissions and have an autonomy of at least 40 kilometers on a single charge.
The body and canopy of EN-V are constructed from carbon fiber, custom-tinted Lexan and acrylic, materials that are more commonly used in race cars, military airplanes and spacecraft because of their strength and lightweight characteristics.
Press release after the jump.