Chevrolet showed off the first EN-V mobility concept vehicle two years ago, and has now shown the second-generation of the egg-shaped people mover at this year’s Beijing Motor Show, the EN-V 2.0.

“[GM’s] designers and engineers are exploring a range of options for turning the EN-V concept into a reality. The EN-V 2.0 concept would use technologies such as the mobility Internet, electrification and telematics to help change the automotive landscape and ensure a sustainable future for our industry.” said Kevin Wale, president and managing director of the GM China Group.

The EN-V – which stands for Electric Networked Vehicle – originally made its debut at the 2010 World’s Fair in Shanghai; in 2011 it gain the Chevrolet bowtie, as the vehicle was to represent the future of the storied brand. Electrically powered and with room for just two, the EN-V was developed to show what the future could hold to help alleviate inner-city traffic and congestion as well as in-vehicle internet connectivity.

Some of the most noticeable updates to the EN-V 2.0 since its first debut is the addition of a second set of wheels – the vehicle now has four wheels instead of two. Other upgrades to the 2.0 include a sleeker, less upright body with LED headlights, red color palette, climate control, and a personal storage space.

General Motors hopes to have pilot tests of Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 up and running in China in the near future, there is no news yet on if we’ll ever see it in action in Malaysia.


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