Ford Motor Co. unveils an ultra-clean 2.3L hydrogen internal-combustion engine at the annual Challenge Bibendum green-vehicle symposium in Shanghai, that could be available for limited-production demonstration within a year. The auto maker says the power plant is the “world’s cleanest combustion engine,” fitted with a lean nitrogen oxide (NOx) trap that helps it perform below the Tier 2-Bin 2 (near-zero) emissions standard, which is considered the world’s most stringent. Ford says ...

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