PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW unveiled the world's fastest hydrogen-powered car at the Paris auto show on Wednesday, dubbed the H2R, capable of exceeding 300 kilometres per hour (185 mile per hour). "Our drive towards the future is called hydrogen," BMW management board member Burkhard Goeschel said before the tarp slowly slipped off the teardrop-shaped body of the sleek race car. Goeschel, responsible for technology and development at BMW, said the streamlined ...
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