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>> So imagine this scenario.
>> This is the green year at the Detroit Auto Show. And your hummer not exactly known for being green, you're known for being big, and kind of treading a little harsh on the environment. So what do you do? You hand over the keys to your Concept, to three freshly minted design school grads. And this is what they developed, the hummer HX Concept. First of all, I think you can tell by the scale of things, it's more compact. It's definitely a more petite Hummer, if I can say that, without offending their clientele. Also, inside a more airy feeling, lots of lift off, and clear panels across the roof to give it a feeling of being in connection with the environment it'll be driven through. They also envisioned it being E85 flex fuel based. [Inaudible] big deal, everyone's talking that these days. Of course, the serious off road cred [assumed spelling] has to stay there, it's a hummer, so you see it's got the same angles, and ground clearance for approach of mountains and rocks and that sort of thing that the original hummers have right now. So it stays in the same basic vein, but definitely lightens up the message. Now, it's pure concept, it doesn't point to anything that's going to happen immediately, but notice it isn't that much of a departure in many of the basic Q's [assumed spelling].
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