( dpa ) - GM introduced an ethanol-adapted "green" version of its heavy gas-guzzling military compact truck derivative, the Hummer, at the Detroit auto show, where media continued getting a preview on Monday before the show opens later this week to the public.
The Hummer HX has a flex-fuel V6 power train that will run on biofuel and is somewhat smaller than its bigger brothers. Yet it is still packed with "all the legendary capability" of the iconic vehicle, according to a video posted on the internet.
Doors, roof and bumper panels are removable.
It "still screams Hummer," the announcer said.
The North American Intenational Auto Show opens to the public on Saturday and closes January 27.