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This special episode of the Autoblog Podcast is dedicated to green cars, from Prius to Tesla, hybrids to hydrogen cars.
John Beltz Snyder
Apr 21, 2020 Official
Daimler and Volvo Trucks have agreed to join forces to develop, produce and sell fuel cell systems for heavy-duty vehicles, in a sign that the coronavirus crisis is accelerating consolidation. Global car and truck makers are exploring ways to share costs on new technologies as customers shun showrooms in areas hit by the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, denting profits. “The common goal is for both companies to offer heavy-duty vehicles with fuel cells for demanding long-haul applications in se
Apr 1, 2020 ETC
Mar 23, 2020 Official
Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp on Monday said it would develop a heavy-duty fuel-cell truck with its subsidiary, Hino Motor Co, as it sees hydrogen technology as a zero-emissions alternative to battery power for large commercial vehicles. In a statement, Toyota said the truck, based on Hino’s Profia model, would be equipped with two fuel cell stacks developed for the next model of its Mirai fuel cell sedan. Toyota has long touted fuel cell vehicles as the ultimate “green car”, and sees the
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