BMW AG’s advanced powertrain roadshow kicks into high gear this week when the auto maker is expected to unleash more starpower. For several months now, BMW has been putting its hydrogen-compatible 7-Series sedans into the hands of Europe’s high and mighty. This week, it’s America’s turn – but don’t expect to see Paris or Britney behind the wheel. European loaners have been given to the likes of Michael Glos, Germany’s economy and technology minister, and Russian opera star Anna ...
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