SHANGHAI, March 24 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] on Wednesday unveiled a new concept car that it hopes will solidify its position in electric vehicles, not least in China, the world's biggest auto market. GM showcased the EN-V, or "Electric Networked-Vehicle", at a pavilion that it will share with its China joint venture partner, SAIC Motor Corp , during the World Expo to be held in Shanghai from May through October. The two-seater EN-V, which would be networked with other cars to ...
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