UK: BMW banks on zero-emission combustion engine (SMMT)
A pioneering hydrogen-fuelled engine is among the many 'green' cars on display at the British International Motor Show in Birmingham, which is celebrating environmentally friendly developments in motoring technology. And the BMW 750hL, which is making its UK debut at the show, has been attracting keen interest among visitors, many of them curious as to why the company has opted to use the combustion engine rather than develop fuel cell technology for the future use of hydrogen.
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