TOYKO — Mitsubishi Motor Corp.s' fuel cell vehicle, the MFCV, is on track to meet performance targets by as early as next summer, according to the automaker. Tests of the methanol-powered prototype, a modified Town Box van, began this February at Mitsubishi's main proving ground in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture. Management's target: 300 miles (483 km) on a 10.5-gallon (40L) tank. Yoshiaki Danno, project leader in the company's powertrain research department, says 300 miles (483 km) is ...

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