HIROSHIMA – There is a "high possibility" that Mazda Motor Corp. will build a hydrogen-powered rotary engine, but the auto maker has no target date for such a rollout, Ward's is told. The acknowledgement is made as Mazda unveils its latest rotary engine, Renesis. It will power the ’03 RX-8, which debuts in the spring. All-new ’03 Mazda RX-8 sports coupe features "freestyle" door system. Having experimented extensively with hydrogen technology, including a 1995 trial involving a ...

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