LONDON – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. sees the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) as a long-term successor to the hybrid-electrical vehicle (HEV), a company executive says at a recent Royal Institute of International Affairs’ carbon technology conference here. Nissan Research Director Masashi Arita predicts that despite the auto maker’s considerable investment in developing the HEV, long-term, the FCV will be the way forward. Nissan will start building fuel cell-powered X-Trail CUV early ...
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