Chevrolet announced that it began working on a new EN-V Concept that will represent GM’s vision for ‘safe, connected, zero-emissions personal transportation’.
The company’s two-seat, electric urban mobility concept designed to meet the basic principle of personal mobility and also address environmental issues was first seen at the Shanghai World Expo in 2010, and now, on this new version GM will add new features such as climate control, personal storage space and the ability of operating on all-weather and road conditions. 
Chris Perry, vice president, global Chevrolet marketing and strategy said that "By 2030, more than 60 percent of the world’s 8 billion people will live in urban areas," "The Chevrolet EN-V represents a possible solution for global customers
living in markets where alternative transportation solutions are needed."
The Chevrolet EN-V Concept (Electric Networked-Vehicle) is a zero emission vehicle powered by lithium-ion batteries which can be recharged through regular household outlets that can cover at least 40 Km on a single charge.
The EN-V combines GPS with vehicle-to-vehicle communications and
distance-sensing technologies and can be driven both manually or autonomously. The car’s systems offers mobility to people who may
not otherwise operate a vehicle and its communication system could help reduce the number of vehicle crashes and make it easier to find available parking spots.
Chris Borroni-Bird, GM’s director of Advanced Technology Vehicle Concepts "This technology platform of electric propulsion, sensors, wireless
communications and GPS-based navigation is likely to migrate from the
EN-V concept to other automobiles and could lead the way to safer,
cleaner vehicles in the future".
Video : Chevrolet EN-V Concepts

Source: GM