NEW YORK – As General Motors Corp. continues rolling out its fourth-generation test fleet of fuel-cell vehicles, the auto maker forecasts its next-generation FCVs will debut in 2011. Lawrence Burns, GM’s vice president of research and development and strategic planning, says the auto maker plans to produce "thousands of units" of the fifth-generation FCVs, compared with the 100 Chevrolet Equinox FCVs that recently began a 30-month test under GM's Project Driveway program. The program ...
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