Chevrolet displayed the next-generation Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell sport utility vehicle at the 2007 Chicago Auto Show, demonstrating that fuel cell propulsion technology can be applied to real-world vehicles. GM will build more than 100 Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell vehicles and begin placing them with customers who live in metropolitan New York City; Washington, D.C.; or southern California in the fall of 2007. It’s part of a comprehensive deployment plan dubbed “Project Driveway." You must be 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen and have a valid driver’s license. The fuel cell technology is seamlessly integrated with all of the comfort and safety of Chevrolet’s current-production, gasoline-powered Equinox, with the biggest difference is that Equinox Fuel Cell doesn’t run on gasoline. Still, it is fully functional, carrying up to 4-occupants and their gear, with a top speed of 100 mph. Due to extensive crash tests on the Equinox fuel cell, the GM system meets all applicable 2007 U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.