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 chevrolet.com/fuelcell.
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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