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Hydrogen will power cars in the future

SAIC’s Maxus Euniq 7 at a technology fair in Shanghai: state-owned enterprises discover the fuel cell.

In the middle of the worst lockdown month of April, Changan Automobile has begun manufacturing the first Chinese hydrogen car. What is happening in Chongqing, a city with 32 million people in western China, has so far only been achieved on a small scale by Toyota in Japan and Hyundai in South Korea. The car, running under the code “C385,” will be marketed under the “Changan Automobile DeepBlue” brand. Changan is the fourth-largest state-owned car manufacturer.

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