CAMP PENDLETON, CA – The electronics inside the Chevrolet Sequel hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle ultimately may find their way into mainstream cars and trucks well before the dawn of the hydrogen economy. The Sequel is the third in a trilogy of hydrogen-powered concepts from General Motors Corp. It incorporates the AUTOnomy platform, the fuel cell-dedicated architecture GM premiered in 2001, and the drive-by-wire technology showcased two years later in the Hy-Wire concept. GM assembled just ...

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