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Fuel cell cars suitable for everyday use

  • Date
    7 November 2000
  • Description
    DaimlerChrysler unveils two fuel cell powered vehicles equipped for everyday operation in the presence of German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder in Berlin. Developed on the basis of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the NECAR 5 sees the methanol reformer located for the first time in the underfloor section of the car. The second vehicle, a Jeep Commander 2, is fitted with the same propulsion system.
Two fuel cell powered vehicles equipped for everyday operation:
Developed on the basis of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the NECAR 5 sees the methanol reformer located for the first time in the underfloor section of the car. The second vehicle, a Jeep Commander 2, is fitted with the same propulsion system.
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NECAR 5 and Jeep Commander 2
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