By Rebecca Harrison PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - It has no noisy engine, no gear stick and no brake pedal. It purrs across tarmac spewing nothing but water from its exhaust pipe. Yet the car being trumpeted as the vehicle of the future by the world's biggest auto maker accelerates quicker, looks sleeker and might not cost more than most high-end vehicles on the road already. General Motors Corp.'s Hy-wire concept car, unveiled on Thursday at the Paris autoshow, is the world's first ...
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