GM Surus Autonomous Truck Platform

GM Surus Autonomous Truck Platform

October 23, 2017

GM Surus Autonomous Truck Platform

GM unveils possibilities for flexible, autonomous fuel cell electric Surus truck platform.

General Motors aims with Surus autonomous truck platform, to solve some of the toughest transportation challenges created by natural disasters, complex logistics environments and global conflicts.



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GM is evaluating multiple applications for Surus, such as:

  • Utility trucks
  • Mobile and emergency backup power generation
  • Flexible cargo delivery systems
  • Commercial freight
  • Light- and medium-duty trucks, improving upon the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 that has been evaluated by the U.S. military under guidance of the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) and is undergoing testing on bases
  • Future military-specific configurations

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The Surus platform leverages GM’s vast experience in fuel cell technology, high-voltage batteries and electric drive systems, autonomous driving and vehicle manufacturing. The platform boasts:

  • Two advanced electric drive units
  • Four-wheel steering
  • Lithium-ion battery system
  • Gen 2 fuel cell system
  • Hydrogen storage system capable of more than 400 miles of range
  • Advanced propulsion power electronics
  • GM truck chassis components
  • An advanced, industry-leading suspension

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Charlie Freese, executive director of GM Global Fuel Cell Business, said:

“Surus redefines fuel cell electric technology for both highway and off-road environments. General Motors is committed to bringing new high-performance, zero-emission systems to solve complex challenges for a variety of customers.”

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