Rick Wagoner announced yesterday, at the Traverse City Management Briefing Seminars organized by the Center for Automotive Research, General Motors Corp. has a drivable version of its Sequel fuel cell concept car. The Sequel will be shown to reporters in California next month. The concept, which looks like a shrunken minivan, has a range of 300 miles, and Rick Wagoner called it "the most sophisticated product, technologically advanced product, I think we've ever made in the history of GM." The hydrogen-powered vehicle testing is receiving support from the 5-year, $1.2-billion hydrogen initiative, with some vehicles being tested by government workers.
[Source: Detroit News]

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