GM Inside News Forum banner

hydrogen

  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    On Monday, General Motors and Nikola Corp announced a revamped agreement that eliminates an equity stake in the startup for the Detroit automaker and nixed any plan for manufacturing Nikola's electric pickup truck. This makes the keystone of the revised contract their collaborative work on...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Maybe the military will still be able to get one, but the cash-consuming coronavirus pandemic appears to have nixed any chance that a normal consumer will be able to slide into a fuel cell-powered General Motors vehicle anytime soon. Good news for Honda, Toyota, and Hyundai? Or maybe worthy of...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    After forming last year, GM Defense LLC, the resurrected military arm of General Motors, is well on its way to outfitting operational personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces. The most promising product to emerge from the potentially lucrative division is the Colorado ZH2, a hydrogen fuel...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    We learned back in October that GM was planning on bringing back its military unit and now it looks like they've landed on a logo. New trademark applications uncovered by GM Inside News show a trademark application for a GM Defense logo for "motor land vehicles, namely, hydrogen powered...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Internal combustion may feel a little like it has falling out of fashion these days, but the truth, according to GM's president of global vehicle components Ken Kezler, is that they're here for the foreseeable future. "It's not like we're leaving internal combustion engines behind -- we're...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Honda and General Motors are taking a step forward on hydrogen-powered cars together, announcing an $85 million investment into hydrogen fuel cell stack production at a plant in Michigan. GM's Brownstown Township plant in Michigan will produce the fuel cell equipment, starting around 2020...
  7. Global Chevrolet News
    GM is getting prepared to debut a crazy-looking fuel cell-powered military vehicle. Developed in conjunction with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development andEngineering Center (TARDEC), the vehicle, which isn't being called a concept, will be based on the Chevrolet Colorado and will...
Top