DARMSTADT, Germany – While the current generation of General Motors Corp.’s fuel-cell vehicle, a converted Opel Zafira called HydroGen3, was setting a distance record here May 24, engineers in Warren, MI, and Germany were working hard on at least two successors. A new by-wire concept car to follow in the footsteps of the Hy-wire concept will be presented at the Detroit auto show in January, and a North American vehicle is being engineered to be the HydroGen3's successor. (See related ...

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