SHANGHAI, Jan 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp unveiled its first locally made environmentally friendly hybrid car in China on Tuesday and said it planned to roll out fuel cell-powered vehicles in the world's second largest auto market after 2010. The Buick LaCrosse Eco-Hybrid, made by GM's flagship China car venture in Shanghai, can achieve fuel economy of 8.3 litres per 100 km, compared with 9.8 litres for non-hybrid models, the top U.S. automaker said in a statement. GM, which is ...
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