It works, and General Motors Corp. has witnesses and videotape to prove it. It is the Hy-wire concept, the first drivable vehicle combining a hydrogen fuel cell with by-wire technology. GM plans to unveil it to the public for the first time at this month’s Paris auto show. GM says its Hy-wire concept car is the first step toward bringing the AUTOnomy fuel cell concept, unveiled at the Detroit auto show in January, to reality To back up its claim the thing truly is drivable, the ...

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