The two have collaborated to create the off-road fuel cell vehicle (FCV) for evaluation by US soldiers in 2017.
The Army has identified a number of potential benefits to fuel cell power, including near-silent operation, high wheel-torque at all speeds, and water as a by-product for field use.
The ZH2 is based on a Chevrolet Colorado pick-up truck, with a roll bar, different seats and six-point harnesses added to the crew cab. The bespoke rear end is made of Kevlar-reinforced carbonfibre. The fuel cell's components have been carried over from the Chevrolet Equinox FCV, of which a 120-strong test fleet has completed more than 3 million miles.
A range of around 120 miles is expected for the ZH2, with acceleration from 0-60mph in around 15sec.