The startling announcement two years ago that Chrysler, now DaimlerChrysler Corp. (DCC), hoped to have a working gasoline fuel cell vehicle by 2004 has succumbed to reality. DCC now says it hopes to have a working methanol fuel cell vehicle as part of its joint program with formal rival Mercedes by 2004 and has pushed back its gasoline fueled fuel cell to 2010, says Bernard I. Robertson, DaimlerChrysler vice president-engineering technologies and general manager Jeep truck operations. ...
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