Small cars are becoming big business. The smart fortwo, Scion iQ, Gordon Murray's upcoming T.25, the Renault Twizy... more and more carmakers are developing tiny vehicles to provide our city transportation of the future. General Motors has jumped on the bandwagon too. GM showed the cleverly named EN-V bubble car to show goers in Shanghai in 2010, and GM has picked Great Britain as the place to build it for the European market. So what is the EN-V? If even three wheels are too much for you then you'll love it, as it works like a scaled-up Segway (who worked with GM on the project), using...
GM Previews EN-V Mobility Concepts Ahead Of 2010 Shanghai World Expo
Futurists predict that by 2030 more than 60 percent of the world’s population, which by that time should number around eight billion people, will be concentrated into urban areas. Streets will be more congested than ever and pressure on a public infrastructure--already struggling to meet the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran