HONEOYE FALLS, NY – Accompanied by a barely audible hiss, the smooth drive-away and brief journey of a brightly festooned Chevy S-10 pickup truck here is not unlike Alan Shepard's first flight into space. The gasoline-reforming fuel cell system adds roughly 900 lbs. of densely packed technology . So says Larry Burns, General Motors Corp.'s vice president of Research and Development, and Planning, of the world's first-ever road-going vehicle motivated by a fuel cell powerplant ...

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