TOKYO, May 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. said on Tuesday it would offer its fuel-cell car for test drives in Japan for up to a year as part of its efforts to learn more about the practical use of the hydrogen-fuelled vehicles. Japan's second-biggest auto maker said it would allow consumers to take its X-Trail FCV for a spin around its Tokyo headquarters every weekend in June, using their feedback to assist its development of the zero-emissions technology. The schedule for the rest of ...
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