BRUSSELS, Belgium — General Motors Corp. and its Adam Opel AG division show the latest joint effort in advanced vehicle technology here and outline their “alternative fuel” plan for the near- and long-term future. GM and Opel say their brand-new prototype is the world's most advanced “operational” hydrogen-powered vehicle in the world — and it may be hard to argue. The technology is stowed away in a single Opel Zafira MPV — the 200-cell stack measures a mere 23.2×11×19.7 ins. ...
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