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Last year, the Armed Forces approached Chevrolet with a contract to jointly develop a new vehicle system for active military use, and in less than a year, Chevrolet has unveiled its hydrogen fuel cell-powered, high torque, ultra-versatile Colorado concept, the ZH2. With a widened and heightened platform based on the original Colorado chassis, Chevy has replaced nearly the entire interior in favor of more utilitarian, combat-ready panels, seats, and roll bars, as well as changed the transmission to endure more grueling drives. The suspension has been heavily modified and outfitted to tackle any possible terrain the Army may deploy into, and the proprietary hydrogen cell technology and powerhouse, not only allow the high horsepower engine to function well in any climate, they also pack enough reserve power to use the onboard converter to power necessary equipment in the field.