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GM builds functioning fuel cell crossover with 300 mile range

General Motors today announced it has passed a major milestone in its effort to bring a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to market. The automaker said it had succeeded in building a drivable version of its Sequel concept car, first shown as a design study in 2005. "This is the most sophisticated, technologically advanced product we've yet made," said GM CEO Rick Wagoner. The car has an impressive range of 300 miles (500 km), the automaker said. GM said it would officially unveil the prototype next month. For now, have a look at the original concept gallery after the jump...