Electric-vehicle and Smart Fortwo U.S. distributor Zap says it will offer the first hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle to consumers later this year. Based on a Nissan Frontier 4-door pickup, and currently on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the vehicle features a hybrid fuel-cell system developed by Anuvu Inc. The truck also works as a generator providing a standard 120-volt AC power source for external equipment. “We believe this to be the first time a fuel-cell vehicle ...
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