GM, Toyota team up with Exxon on new fuel

Wright, Chris
January 2001
Automotive News;1/15/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5912, p37
Trade Publication
Reports that General Motors Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. have signed a joint agreement with ExxonMobil Corp. to develop clean hydrocarbon fuel.


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