General Motors Corp. is joining forces with its joint-venture partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. Group to develop 10 Chinese-designed fuel-cell vehicles. The cars will be demonstrated as part of a fleet of GM Equinox and SAIC’s Shanghai-brand FCVs assigned to shuttle VIPs during the World Expo Shanghai in 2010. Nick Reilly, GM Group vice president and president of GM Asia/Pacific, announces the program at a press briefing during China’s Auto Shanghai motor show, which opened to ...
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