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Fifty years on, the GM Electrovan foretold a future that never was (but still might be)

Cutaway rendering of the GM Electrovan. Image courtesy General Motors. Though it looked like a normal GMC Handi-Van from the outside, the hydrogen fuel cell powered Electrovan, introduced to the public 50 years ago this month, was anything but conventional. Representing both the first fuel cell vehicle and the first transfer of such technology from […]
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