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Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 Truck unveiled by GM and US Army

If you wanted to see a powerful looking vehicle with camouflage paint then look no further then the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 that GM and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Centre have co-developed.

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The Colorado is 6.5 feet tall and more than 7 feet wide. It is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. It rides on 37 inch tires and has a specially modified suspension to handle rough terrain.

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Since this vehicle has been developed for the military and may be in areas where there is no source for power; it uses an Exportable Power Take-Off (EPTO) unit which will supply power while being in remote areas. A benefit for the ZH2 is that the fuel cells only emission is water.

The Colorado ZH2 is to undergo testing by the military to make sure whether or not fuel cells will work for them in the field. 3.1 million miles on fuel cell power has been racked up by GM's test fleet and further testing will prove of the vehicles capabilities.


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