BERLIN – BMW AG is exploring development of a dedicated chassis for its second-generation hydrogen-powered vehicle, Ward’s learns. The Hydrogen 7, which launches next year on three continents as a consumer test fleet of 100 vehicles, uses as its foundation the long-wheelbase 760 Li. But adapting the vehicle to make room for a liquid hydrogen fuel tank required compromises – and compromise is not compatible with the BMW brand, suggests Klaus Draeger, BMW management board member in charge ...

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