Ford unveils rechargeable, hydrogen-powered car


DETROIT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday unveiled a first-of-its kind test car powered by a combination of compressed hydrogen and a "plug-in" battery pack that can be recharged with a standard home electric cord. The concept vehicle -- a modified Ford Edge -- was one of several technologies Ford and other automakers were showing off at the Washington, D.C., auto show intended to highlight their progress in pushing into alternatives to gasoline, including ethanol and ...

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