NEW YORK, Nov 16 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG , the world's No. 5 carmaker, said on Sunday it plans "real-world experience" with more than 100 environmentally friendly, fuel cell vehicles by the end of 2004. "We consider fuel cell technology to be the solution for the future," Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt, head of fuel cell and advanced powertrain development for DaimlerChrysler, said in a statement. "The next step is what we call, 'Fit for Daily Use.' We need to get field experience on ...
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