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GM SURUS Autonomous Truck

GM SURUS Autonomous Truck

General Motors’ SURUS (Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure) is a universal truck platform that has autonomous capabilities and is powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Modules include a cab for human drivers, an ambulance and a mobile generator.

Chevrolet Colorado ZH2

Chevrolet Colorado ZH2

GM and the US Army created this badass concept truck for military operations. The 6.5 ft. tall truck runs quietly thanks to a hydrogen-electric 4WD drivetrain, its power pack can be removed to power field operations, and can produce clean drinking water as a by-product.

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GM Interactive Car Windows

GM Interactive Car Windows

While Samsung is showing off their transparent display tech, GM is prototyping a similar concept for car windows – offering passengers interactive media and games on touch-screen glass.

NASA x GM Robonaut2

NASA x GM Robonaut2

Daft Punk, eat your heart out: NASA and GM’s Robonaut2 is designed to work safely alongside people in space and auto plants with faster and more dexterous hands than previous robots.

GM x Segway PUMA

GM x Segway PUMA

GM and Segway’s Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project (PUMA) looks more like a one-man rickshaw; it uses a Lithium battery with a 35 mi range and tops out at 35mph.

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