TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. aims to cut the cost of hydrogen-powered fuel-cell cars to a hundredth of the present level to make them competitive with conventional cars, its engineer in charge of developing them said on Friday. Yozo Kami, chief engineer in Honda's research and development operation, told reporters its fuel cell cars cost about 100 times that of typical gasoline models to manufacture and it needs to slash that by a tenth to the level of high-end cars and ...
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