Or will it be made fun of like the Püpli kids? GM has teamed up with IKEA in the newest mash-up to promote the use of hydrogen vehicles. IKEA customers in Berlin, Germany will soon receive service calls from an emission-free HydroGen3 fuel cell vehicle, based on the last generation Opel Zafira. Similar HydroGen3 vehicles can be seen tooling around Washington DC where Shell gasoline has set up a Hydrogen refueling station. No word if IKEA has to assemble the Zafira themselves.
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