FedEx Corp. says it will use General Motors Corp.’s HydroGen 3 fuel cell vehicle in Tokyo between June 2003 and June 2004 to deliver packages. FedEx won’t pay for the use of the vehicle, reports Bloomberg News. GM wants to test the HydroGen 3 under real world conditions to determine how best to sell it in high volumes and for less money. The HydroGen 3 is based on GM’s Opel Zafira minivan. (see related story: Test Drive GM’s Latest Fuel Cell Cars)
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