GM has announced the driveable version of the Chevrolet Sequel, the most technologically advanced petroleum free vehicle. The car was introduced at the North American International Show in Detroit in 2005 and was the first car in the world to successfully to integrate a hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system. The Chevrolet Sequel concept uses clean, renewable hydrogen as a fuel and emits only water vapor. With an all aluminum body, the car does 0-60 mph in 10 seconds and has a 300 miles range on a full tank. Other advanced technologies include wheel hub motors, lithium-ion batteries and steer and brake-by-wire controls.
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