By Leonard Anderson BERKELEY, Calif., Aug 30 (Reuters) - Automakers outlined plans on Tuesday to introduce hydrogen-powered cars in California but said they had a long road ahead, despite strong support from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger who dreams of a "hydrogen highway". General Motors Corp , Japan's Honda Motor and Germany's BMW are pursuing competing technologies to introduce new "zero emission" cars that run on fuel cells and do not pollute, said engineering and marketing managers for ...
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