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General Motors Makes Hydrogen Car for Near Future

January 12, 2005

DETROIT – At the 2004 Detroit Auto Show, General Motors showcased the platform for a prototype hydrogen-powered car.

By 2010, hydrogen cars could be in mass production, according to Larry Burns, vice president of research and development at GM. During this year, GM hopes to have a driveable version of the prototype. It will be a sport utility vehicle called the Sequel.

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