• Apr 19th 2007 at 10:01PM
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E-Flex vehicle line executive Tony Posawatz with the fuel cell E-Flex

Following up on the plan they laid out when they revealed the Chevy Volt at the Detroit Auto Show, General Motors has unveiled the second major iteration of the E-Flex platform at the Shanghai Motor Show. The whole premise of E-Flex was to have a plug-in electrically driven vehicle that could accommodate different auxiliary power units for extending the range. E-Flex version two replaces the flex-fuel gas/E85 engine with the latest generation of GM's internally developed fuel cell technology. All the details on the new concept are over at AutoblogGreen.

[Source: General Motors]

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