Free hydrogen power Chevy Equinox for 100 lucky customers

We aren’t all as lucky, or as popular, as Will Ferrell to get a hydrogen powered vehicle and we still can’t walk into a dealership and buy one. But if you live in California, New York, or Washington, D.C., where it’s the easiest to find a hydrogen filling station, you’re in luck.

Starting this month, GM’s Project Drivewat program is looking for 100 individuals to test their fuel-cell versions of its Equinox SUV, which costs up to $1 million to build. This may very well be the largest real-world test of fuel-cell vehicles.

GM has not decided who will be testing the Equniox as of yet, so if you’re interested and want to drive a hydrogen SUV in exchange for feedback, check out

The Chevrolet Equinox combines hydrogen and oxygen to generate power, so that means no gasoline and no emissions. The SUV has the ability to travel 200 miles on a tank at 50mpg.


Source: Popular Science

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