Fuel Cell Cars

NPR's Don Gonyea reports on the new Daimler-Chrysler fuel cell vehicle. The company has just unveiled a small 5-passenger car that uses hydrogen to produce electricity in a fuel cell. The car may be available to consumers within five years. Daimler-Chrysler is the first to unveil a zero-emission passenger car that travels 280 miles between refueling.



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