GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson says U.S. energy security won’t come from a "one-off moonshot.” Instead he believes it will "flow from our systematic investment in technology and innovation... our drive to get more from existing energy sources and renewables... our commitment to conservation... and it will be assured by fully and safely exploiting our shale gas reserves.”
The 2015 bi-fuel Impala will go on sale in the summer of next year, GM says.
The CNG tanks for the bi-fuel Impala are hidden within the vehicle's trunk.
Here you can see how GM fits the CNG cylinder neatly within the Impala's trunk space
The refueling apparatus on the 2015 bi-fuel Chevy Impala features refill points for both gasoline and CNG.
GM says its new 2015 bi-fuel Chevrolet Impala, due to be available in the summer of 2014, will offer a range of 500 miles. All photos are courtesy of GM.
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