First GM lithium-ion powered cars would be available in 2010

The world's largest automaker by sales was to announce the hybrid system Tuesday at the Geneva International Motor Show, saying the new
battery will deliver three times the power of GM's current nickel- metal-hydride batteries.
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So where are all of the magnesium, aluminium, boron, carbon, silicon, or titanium batteries or fuelcells?
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