This is the GM EN-V, short for "Electric Networked-Vehicle," an autonomously-driving tech-heavy two-seater pod co-developed with Segway and designed to one day replace cars for short trips in cities. Will it work?
The EN-V is a Pac-Man-like podlike successor to the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility (P.U.M.A.), a Segway co-designed toy first shown at the New York Auto Show to prove former GM CEO Fritz Henderson was cool, hip and "with it." Although the P.U.M.A. failed spectacularly at its mission, the EN-V looks like something with a bit more thought put into it.