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German Roadster

  • August 18, 2009

Mercedes-Benz’s B-Class F-Cell cars are racing–sort of–toward consumers. Twenty of them are being supplied to the city of Hamburg, Germany, as part of a municipal fuel-cell project. The cars have a range of 400 kilometers and a top speed of 177 kilometers per hour. The B-Class F-Cell was first announced in 2005 but has been slow to move into showrooms.

Product: B-Class F-Cell
Cost: N/A
Source: www.daimler.com
Companies: Mercedes-Benz

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