Ford Motor Co. debuts its direct hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle at the 2000 Specialty Equipment Market Assn. (SEMA) show late last month. Based on Ford's popular Focus platform, the Focus FCV, powered by TH!NK, brings high-tech and high-volume together by combining advanced powertrain technology with the world's current best-selling passenger car. The Ford Focus FCV showcases the company's continuing effort toward production of full performance fuel cell vehicles (FCVs), says Ford; the ...

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