Daimler, Ford, Nissan team up to create low-cost fuel cell cars
By Andrew Ganz
Monday, Jan 28, 2013
Three of the world's largest automakers are partnering up to create affordable mass market fuel cell vehicles, a move that could advance the likelihood of success for the zero emissions technology.
Ford, Daimler and Nissan announced this morning that they are planning to work together to create zero emissions fuel cell powertrains. By collaborating, the three brands should be able to reduce the costs associated with developing a new technology. Nissan's global partner Renault has also been invited to join the new alliance between the American, European and Japanese brands.
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