AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group engineers say they are making progress on bringing a commercially viable fuel-cell vehicle to the U.S. market. The auto maker says it may take another two vehicle generations until fuel cells progress to mass-market applications, which puts the technology on track to hit the market around 2015. (See related story: Ford’s Fuel-Cell Target May Trail Japan) “We should get to a level where we can compete with the internal combustion (IC) engine in the 2015 ...

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