By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Carmakers presented new-age automobiles at the Paris car show on Thursday that could give much-hyped fuel cells a run for their money in the coming market for vehicles that do less damage to the environment. German luxury brand BMW unveiled the world's fastest hydrogen-powered car, dubbed the H2R, which can hit a top speed above 300 kilometres per hour (185 mph) by burning hydrogen in a modified internal ...
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