DETROIT – Electric- and plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles are getting all the headlines these days, but biofuels and hydrogen fuel cells still are slated to play a major role in General Motors Co.’s future, a top powertrain engineer says. Speaking at an auto conference here at the Federal Reserve of Chicago’s Detroit Branch, Dan Hancock, vice president-global powertrain engineering, says GM’s roadmap for advanced propulsion technology is similar to many other auto makers. It starts with ...
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