Well, say what you want about GM, but it sure moves quickly after ending a failed relationship. Just days after (supposedly) breaking things off with Toyota, reports out of Asia state that GM is in some sort of fuel-cell three-way with Honda and BMW. This collaboration would have the slightly vague goal of "reduc[ing] development costs", and will take on the very real problem of standardizing such things as refilling interfaces. We don't hear too much about BMW's hydrogen program, but that's apparently because they've been busy building 1/8-scale radio-controlled cars that run on the light flammable stuff. Too cool.
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