NECAR

AcronymDefinition
NECARNew Electric Car
NECARNo Emissions Car
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Now the fuel cells in NECAR are so compact they fit under a flap in the floor, leaving almost as much space as in a conventionally-powered model.
The NECAR 5 is a Mercedes-Benz A Class vehicle powered by a Ballard(R) fuel cell engine generating 75 kilowatts of power.
1994: NECAR 1 was a large step van so filled with fuel-cell gear that there was room for only two researchers on board.
NECAR 2, a six-seater Mercedes-Benz V-Class, was presented on May 14, 1996.
Debut) -- Toyota Highlander-Based FCHV-4 -- DaimlerChrysler NECAR 4/5 -- Honda FCX -- Ford P2000 -- Ford Focus FCV
In 1994, Mercedes-Benz became the first car company to debut a fuel cell vehicle, and last year its NECAR 5 became the first fuel-cell car to successfully complete a coast-to-coast trip from San Francisco to Washington, D.
NK FC5 and DaimlerChrysler's NECAR 5 automobiles, and will be utilized in the buses that are part of DaimlerChrysler's European transit bus program.
Since the presentation of the first NECAR (New Electric Car) in 1994, DaimlerChrysler has been instrumental in promoting the development of fuel-cell technology and has presented 20 fuel-cell concept vehicles to date.
Last summer, DaimlerChrysler made history as the methanol-fueled NECAR 5 became the first fuel cell-powered vehicle to drive across the United States.
NK FC5 and DaimlerChrysler's NECAR 5 automobile and the buses that are part of the recently announced DaimlerChrysler European transit bus program.
Since introducing the first NECAR (New Electric Car) in 1994, DaimlerChrysler has led development of fuel cell technology, producing 20 concept vehicles, such as the NECAR series and the Chrysler Town & Country Natrium.
WASHINGTON -- DaimlerChrysler's NECAR 5 plans to cross the finish line in Washington, DC after a 3,000 mile landmark journey that began in San Francisco, to become the first fuel-cell powered vehicle ever to travel across America.