GM to unveil hydrogen car by 2010
General Motors has announced plans for a serial production of the hydrogen car by 2010 as part of a new strategy by American car makers to push alternatives to conventional petrol.
Hydrogen infra-structure would not be in place by then, but technicians were workingto have car production ready by 2010.
The Sequel Concept it is driven by an electric motor on the front
axle and two wheel-hub engines in the rear. The 0 to 60 mph sprint is made in 10 seconds and has a top speed of 90 mph. The Sequel is a pure research vehicle and only 2 units were made, but GM is planing to increase the test fleet to 100 units.
Source: The Raw Story