I know that it was not intended for sale but it certainly looks like the Volt is partly its progeny. It seems that between this and the EV1 a lot of the ground work for the volt has been done.
Drivetrain: Four-wheel drive with front and rear transverse powertrain units.
Engine/Motors: Front: Panasonic 25-kw, 350-volt, 3-phase AC, liquid-cooled, permanent-magnet electric motor.
Rear: Isuzu 54-hp, 1.3-liter, 3-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled diesel engine. Unique Mobility 10-kw, 350-volt, 3-phase AC, liquid-cooled, permanent-magnet electric motor.
Batteries: Proposal 1: Lithium polymer, 350-volt, 3kw-hr usable capacity in seven 50-volt modules.
Proposal 2: Nickel metal hydride, 350-volt, 3kw-hr usable capacity in 28 12-volt modules.
Transmission: GM 4-speed automatically shifted manual transaxle.
Suspension: Front: A-arm with pneumatically adjustable ride height.
Rear: MacPherson strut with pneumatically adjustable ride height.
Brakes (f/r): Disc/disc ABS with hydraulic actuation. Brake-by-wire control with electrical regeneration.
Tires: P175/60R16 low-rolling-resistance Michelin inflated to 50 psi.
Dimensions: Wheelbase: 111.9 in.
Length: 193.3 in.
Width: 68.0 in.
Height: 54.5 in.
Track, f/r: 59.7/55.1 in.
Curb Weight: 2593 pounds
Fuel Economy (city/highway/ combined): Diesel: 82.0/103.3/90.4 mpg
Gasoline Equivalent: 72.2/90.1/79.6 mpg
Performance: 0 to 60 mph: 12.2 seconds (GM figure)
Top Speed: governor-limited to 85 mph