DETROIT – Daimler AG continues to develop fuel-cell vehicles, even though no infrastructure is under development, because the technology is considered a long-term imperative for the industry. “We will be ready with products before the infrastructure is ready,” Neil Armstrong, who heads the German auto maker’s high-voltage electronic development, says at the North American International Auto Show here this week. Having a long-term view is a company strength, he adds. Daimler plans to ...
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