That is  right in 10 to 15 years we may actually get to see the EN-V on the roads.After years of showcasing various prototypes in expos,   Well i guess this futuristic vehicle does belong in the future. For those of you who are disappointed because of the long wait. GM has a very good reason for it.

It seems the vehicle is low powered and cannot be driven in snow or rain. It has barely enough power to even go up a ramp. GM plans to start field testing in the next two to three years. As of now the preciseness of the GPS seems to be the main hindrance. Its speculated cost is around $10000 each.

Source: Ubergizmo