The car that could: the inside story of GM's revolutionary electric vehicle

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Random House, Sep 1, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 295 pages
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d secrecy surrounded the early development of General Motors's Impact. Shnayerson watched the story unfold from a position of access never granted a reporter before--literally from the inside of the pace-setting GM Impact program. This is the first book to penetrate the silence surrounding GM's risky and successful decision to become the world's first mass producer of the electric car.

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Review: The Car That Could: The Inside Story of GM's Revolutionary Electric Vehicle

User Review  - Butch Byers - Goodreads

Lots of interesting facts about the professionals associated w the original electric car, but a little disjointed.... Read full review

Review: The Car That Could: The Inside Story of GM's Revolutionary Electric Vehicle

User Review  - Robert Luebke - Goodreads

I thought that the book "The Car That Could" would probably be technical and somewhat boring. However, author Michael Shnayerson made the book read like a best selling novel. I was surprised how ... Read full review

Contents

A Dubious Offer
3
Time and Again
12
Starting from Scratch
28
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Michael Shnayerson is a contributing editor to "Vanity Fair," His books include "The Car That Could: GM's Revolutionary Electric Vehicle "and "The Killers Within: The Deadly Rise of Drug-Resistant Bacteria "with co-author Mark J. Plotkin.

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