Hydrogen GM Vehicles Pass Real World Test
By John McCormick
Detroit News
May 16, 2007

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- A 300-plus-mile odyssey Tuesday across rural New York in a Chevrolet Sequel hydrogen vehicle -- without refueling -- underscored General Motors Corp.'s commitment to produce a commercial fuel cell vehicle within four years.

The real-world fuel mileage test not only proved that hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles can compete with conventional vehicles on range, but that they can do it without producing any emissions. Even the electricity used to produce the hydrogen was from a green source -- Niagara Falls.

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