For all you Lisa Simpson’s out there who stay up night and day wishing for the fall of the internal combustion engine, perhaps Chevy’s Sequel could be the answer to your prayers. The Sequel is a fuel cell vehicle much like the Chevy Volt.
The Sequel will feature a shared electric motor for the front wheels as well as in-hub motors for both rear wheels. Currently, there are two working Sequels produced for testing and the car is slated for full production in 2010.
Will this spell the end of the Reciprocating or Wankel engines? Will the Sequel usher in a new era of green-friendly, low-impact, enlightened vehicles. Is this the end of big oil?
I’ll tell you what, you go ahead and hold your breath, and I’ll let you know when you can stop.
Not yet… Just a little longer…
Engadget.com: GM prepping Chevy Sequel fuel cell vehicle for 2010