LOS ANGELES – Mercedes-Benz claimed the spotlight at the auto show here this week with a burst of raw energy as it debuts its off-road-capable Ener-G-Force, a police-use version of the auto maker’s G-Class line developed for the show’s Los Angeles Design Challenge, a competition among OEMs. The hydrogen-powered vehicle only emits water, according to the auto maker, and has a range of 500 miles (805 km). A rooftop converter stores the water and converts it to energy to ...
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