Said Scot Keller, Staff Director, Corporate Brand Communications, “Participating in the Amelia Island Concours with these alternative power cars demonstrates why GM’s heritage is so important. These vehicles serve as inspiration for the men and women who continue to keep GM a leader in the development of alternative fuel vehicles. Being able to share them with the enthusiasts attending the Amelia Island Concours is another example of using our heritage to demonstrate not only where we have been, but where we are going”.
Some of the vehicles to be displayed include a 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix with a regenerative steam engine; the Chevrolet Express; and the Sequel, a fuel cell concept vehicle with the range of 300 mile range and 0-60 mph time in under ten seconds.
[Source: General Motors Media]