NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. is killing two birds with one stone as it begins to roll out a small test fleet of fuel cell-powered Chevrolet Equinox cross/utility vehicles here and in Los Angeles and Washington. Known as “Project Driveway,” the program will put 100 of the specially equipped Equinoxes in the hands of average consumers, politicians, media and celebrities, as well as corporate fleet managers, making good on a promise GM made in September 2006 to deliver the industry’s ...

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