February 24, 2006

GM to display alternative vehicles at Amelia Island show

Detroit, Michigan – General Motors will display several of its alternative-powered concept vehicles at the prestigious Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in Florida in March, as part of the show’s theme of “Alternate Fuels, Alternate Power”.

Many of the vehicles are from GM’s display at its General Motors Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Some of the vehicles planned for display are a 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix powered by a regenerative steam engine; the Chevrolet Express four-passenger concept car, built in 1987, which uses an experimental turbine engine; the AUTOnomy fuel cell vehicle; and the Sequel fuel cell car, which debuted in 2005.

For more information on the Amelia Island show, visit www.ameliaconcours.org.

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