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Ford Producing Hydrogen-Run V-10 for Shuttle Bus Use

August 11, 2006

DETROIT --- Ford Motor Co. last month started production on a supercharged V-10 engine fueled by gaseous hydrogen, according to a report in Automotive News. Each engine will be hand-built and installed in E-450 vans for use in airport shuttle fleets. Plans call for Ford to lease about 20 of the vans for three years. In addition, BMW has plans to launch a gasoline/hydrogen version of its 7-series sedan, Automotive News reported.
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