MILFORD, MI – Recent additions to General Motors Corp.’s portfolio of advanced powertrains represent the auto maker’s multi-pronged attack on vehicle fuel efficiency as it moves toward the long-term goal of creating a practical hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle. GM’s hydrogen fuel-cell development efforts won’t bear fruit until well into the next decade. However, near-term powertrain solutions include gasoline and diesel engines; hybrid-electric vehicles; and flexible-fuel engines that can run ...
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