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    Frankfurt: Mercedes F-125! previews a plug-in hydrogen future [w/video]

    Mercedes-Benz has been tooting its horns all year about having been in business for 125 years, and to its eternal credit, it's done so at the top. For the Daimler boys, the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show is being used to showcase what the next 125 years in business (knock on burl walnut) might bring, ...

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    Frankfurt: Mercedes-Benz F125! gullwing fuel cell concept leaks ahead of Frankfurt

    Omni Auto reports that Mercedes-Benz will debut the F 125! gullwing coupe concept seen here at this week's Frankfurt Motor Show. According to Omni Auto, the F 125! concept showcases M-B's design direction for the 2025 CL-Class. It's unknown if the German automaker intends to make a production CL ...

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    Mercedes-Benz F-Cell World Drive successfully completed

    Mercedes-Benz has just wrapped up its world tour with the company's F-Cell fuel-cell vehicle. The trio of hydrogen-powered futuristic hatches wandered the entire circumference of the globe and racked up around 18,641 miles each in the process. The whole shebang wrapped up in front of the ...

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    Report: Toyota and Daimler planning "extensive cooperation" on fuel cell development

    Toyota Highlander FCHV-adv and Mercedes-Benz F-Cell
    Daimler began developing fuel-cell vehicles way back in 1994. To date, the company has spent $1.23 billion on the propulsion technology. Toyota entered into the hydrogen realm even earlier by kicking off development back in 1992. With decades of ...

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    Video: Design students create a fuel cell powered BMW bike

    BMW fuel cell motorcycle design concept - Click above for image gallery
    Like many other automakers, BMW has expended plenty of research and development on hydrogen fuels. But unlike every other automaker, BMW has focused on liquid hydrogen with internal combustion engines. A group of design ...

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    Geneva Preview: Mercedes-Benz F 800 Style a sneak peek at next CLS-Class

    Mercedes-Benz F800 Style - Click above for high-res image gallery
    The Mercedes-Benz F800 Style concept car that'll debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month is highly-touted by Mercedes-benz's press release scribes for its green-car tech, but what's probably of greater interest to most of you ...

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    First Drive: AutoblogGreen drives the 2009 Honda FCX Clarity

    click above image for the First Drive of the 2009 Honda FCX var digg_url = ''; Following the conclusion of press days at the 2007 LA Auto Show, AutoblogGreen got invited to join Honda for a first drive ...

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    LA 2007: Honda unwraps the 2009 FCX Clarity!

    Click the FCX Clarity for a high res galleryTwo years after unveiling the fuel cell-powered FCX concept at the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda today revealed the production version of the car that will be available next summer, along with a name and a price. The car now known as the FCX Clarity will be ...

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    Powered by (diesel) Honda

    In conjunction with Honda's efforts towards bringing a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle to the States in 2008, plans are well underway to do the same thing for diesels that the automaker did for cleaner gasoline engines in the 70s.Diesel-powered vehicles entering the U.S. have to meet stringent emission ...

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    Army takes delivery of Equinox FCV as Project Driveway kicks off

    The US Army took delivery of the first Chevy Equinox fuel-cell vehicle yesterday during a Washington, D.C. ceremony that marked the kickoff of GM's new Project Driveway initiative. Maj. Gen. Roger A. Nadeau (above), commander of the US Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command, was on ...

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    "Project Driveway": GM launches largest ever fuel-cell fleet

    General Motors yesterday unveiled plans for "Project Driveway", a field market research project that will place 100 hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles with customers across the United States. A diverse cross-section of customers with varied driving environments will be chosen to participate in ...


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