The second season of Spike Feresten’s Car Matchmaker debuted on the Esquire Network last night, and it kicked things off with a bang. A hulking, blue, $1.1 million bang in the form of a ride in the Youabian Puma.
When a Norwegian environmental group heard a nuclear waste ship was transporting spent nuclear fuel off the country's coast they complained an accident, if it occurred, would have "dramatic consequences." A week later the ship started sinking.
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?
We just took a spin inside the GM-Segway PUMA on 18th Street in Manhattan. It's not what we expected, in fact, we think we kind of like it.
GM and Segway just unveiled Project P.U.M.A. live here in New York. Don't judge the two-wheeler on looks alone; it's just a prototype for a much more finished urban transportation solution.
GM and Segway will announce today they're working together to develop a two-wheeled, two-seat electric vehicle part of the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility or PUMA project. No, seriously. UPDATE: We now have video!
Europeans know the Ford Puma as a small, mildly sporty hatchback based on the Fiesta, not as a sexy beast with 20" alloys and curves for days. But if Autoexpress is correct, Euros may see something in their forecourts that looks like the Reflex concept Ford showed off at the Detroit show this year. The Reflex, they…