March 24, 2010
Moonbat Tech: GM's Car of the Future
Posted by Dave Blount at March 24, 2010 10:49 AM
The future of nationalized Government Motors under the leadership of Comrade Obama and the UAW:
The city car of the future will seat two people, run on electric power and communicate with other vehicles to reach a destination faster while automatically avoiding traffic tie-ups and crashes.
They'd better avoid crashes, because you won't be surviving any.
General Motors, working with electric-scooter maker Segway, has developed three concepts tailored toward that vision of future transportation. The Electric Networked Vehicle, or EN-V, concepts go on display May 1 at the World Expo in Shanghai.
One of these concept cars is called — no kidding — the Laugh.
As for the advantages of driving around in one of these absurd little death traps, other than the inevitable government subsidies, there is one:
A parking lot could hold 10 times the number of EN-Vs as regular cars.
Then there's the performance:
GM says the EN-V can reach a top speed of 25 mph and travel 25 miles on a full charge of its lithium-ion battery pack.
They applied moonbattery to politics and got Barack Obama. Now they've applied it to the auto industry.
On a tip from Reid.