General Motors Corp. will provide a glimpse of its still-gelling vision of the future this week, as it gives media members a chance to drive its Sequel hydrogen fuel-cell concept vehicle for the first time. GM will showcase the new capabilities of the concept, modeled after the Cadillac SRX cross/utility vehicle, which is expected to represent a major leap beyond the auto maker’s earlier hydrogen-powered concepts, the AUTOnomy and Hy-wire. But for most of the buying public, it’s the ...
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