April 7, 2006
DaimlerChrysler has introduced the first fuel cell-powered police vehicle to the world. The Wayne State University Police Department in Detroit will operate the Mercedes F-Cell as a supervisor's vehicle on and in the immediate vicinity of the campus, located in Detroit's Cultural Center.
April 5, 2006
Signaling new advancements in fuel-saving technology, convenience features and standard safety equipment, Dodge introduced the new, redesigned 2007 Durango at the Dallas Auto Show.
May 25, 2005
President Bush reinforces the need for alternative fuel programs with a DaimlerChrysler F-Cell at a Washington D.C. hydrogen refueling station. The event marks another milestone in the progress DaimlerChrysler has made with a variety of vehicles through the Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen Learning Demonstration Program.
Expanding the market for fuel-efficient diesel-powered passenger vehicles in North America could reduce the nation's use of oil by one billion gallons in the first year alone and cut carbon dioxide emissions by two million tons.
May 4, 2005
Chrysler Group is a leader in the development and marketing of vehicles powered by alternate fuels. Use of these fuels offers the potential for significant gains in fuel economy and emissions.
May 16, 2003
Environmentally friendly hydrogen production and storage technologies that could be used to power future automobiles are the focus of three university studies partially funded by the DaimlerChrysler Challenge Fund.
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