Going along with the green is in theme that seems to be big for this year's Los Angeles auto show is GM's Chevrolet Sequel fuel cell vehicle. It first made its appearance in 2005 at the Detroit Auto Show as a concept vehicle. In September, GM unveiled a driveable version of the high-tech auto.

About the size of a Cadillac SRX crossover, the Sequel has a range of 300 miles and is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 in about 10 seconds. Other advanced technologies found in the Sequel include an electric brake-by-wire system that replaces traditional hydraulic brake lines, electric steer-by-wire in place of a rack-and-pinion setup, wheel hub motors, and an aluminum frame.

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