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Fuel cell debut

VAUXHALL'S Zafira-based hydrogen fuel car has put in an appearance at the London Science Museum and the offices of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

The vehicle uses energy from a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity to drive an 82bhp motor. Its UK debut last week came as Vauxhall's parent company, General Motors, announced a new research and engineering centre in New York to work on mass-market applications for the technology.

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