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While GM hasn't been heavily pushing their E85 cars on the coasts, they are supplying 12 of the ethanol-powered Impalas to the UN's convention on climate change in Montreal later this month. The corn-bits-burnin' Chevys will be available to the public in 2006, and according to GM Director of Environmental Activities Bryan Swift, the angry Imps boast the lowest greenhouse-gas emissions of any car in North America. Other than that, it's all pretty much the standard boilerplate about the hydrogen future. Farmers are undoubtedly bummed.

GM supplies ethanol cars for climate-change conference [News Durham Region]

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