DaimlerChrysler AG says it will expand its previously announced fuel-cell test fleet to 100 vehicles in 2004. The auto maker will provide the vehicles to various fleet customers in Europe, Asia and the U.S. to gain real-world knowledge of how they’ll perform in daily operation. DC announced the original program in October 2002. (See related story: DC Launches Fuel Cell Vehicle Fleet) The fleet will include 60 Mercedes-Benz A-Class F-Cells, which will be tested in Europe, Japan, Singapore ...

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