NEW YORK – Even while General Motors Corp. is rolling out Project PUMA, a Segway on steroids seen as a solution to urban congestion, it continues work with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the similar-in-concept City Car. The MIT City Car is an all-electric, stackable vehicle created by the university’s Media Lab as a way to maneuver through increasingly congested city streets, much like the PUMA. “The City Car is a path to sustainability,” says William J. Mitchell, the MIT ...

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