World Record Holder Wieck Media Services reports that the GM HydroGen3 fuel cell prototype
News Briefs Ford and BP recently announced an initiative aimed at moving the United States closer to a hydrogen economy. Ford will place as many as 30 hydrogen-powered vehicles on the road, and BP plans to build a network of fueling stations to support them in metropolitan Sacramento, Orlando, and Detroit.
Hummer has announced that the '05 H2 SUT will start at $52,845, approximately $1,500 lower than a similarly equipped '05 H2 SUV.
AutoWeek recently reported that Honda is considering cylinder deactivation technology in its 3.5L V-6, which powers the Pilot, Odyssey, and its upcoming pickup.
The '04 Ford F-150 won the Auto Interiors Show's Interior of the Year Award.
Automotive News reports International Truck and Engine Corp and the EPA have made an agreement to commercialize a co-developed diesel engine that would meet near-zero emissions standards without the need for after-treatment devices.
Insiders tell us Mazda has decided against selling a Tribute version of the Ford Escape hybrid.
Correcting OurselvesWe incorrectly listed DuPont's contact information in a recent editorial mention. The correct way to contact DuPont is by calling (800) GET-DUPONT (438-3868) or to visit www.hothues.dupont.com