WASHINGTON – An innovative demonstration vehicle that’s powered by compressed hydrogen and also runs on a plug-in 336-volt lithium-ion battery pack is unveiled at the Washington Auto Show. Ford Motor Co. says the modified Edge cross/utility vehicle is the first drivable hybrid that is powered by a fuel cell and is rechargeable using a standard home outlet. Dubbed the HySeries Drive, the new powertrain is the same found in Ford’s Airstream Concept vehicle shown earlier this month at the ...

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