GM sets fuel-cell SUVs on the road
By Katie Merx
Detroit Free Press
May 16, 2007

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- General Motors Corp. believes its Sequel SUV fuel-cell vehicles set a world record on Tuesday when each was driven 300 miles on a tank of hydrogen on public roads.

The idea of the drive: to prove that GM's fuel-cell vehicle is a viable possibility for everyday transportation and do it in one of the markets -- New York -- that has been the most critical of the fuel economy of GM's truck-heavy fleet.

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