Honda, GM to develop electric vehicle batteries together
Updated : June 08, 2018 06:38 AM IST
Detroit-based GM and Tokyo-based Honda already work together on fuel cell vehicles, which are zero-emission and run on the power created when hydrogen fuel combines with oxygen in the air to produce water.
They have a manufacturing joint venture to produce a hydrogen fuel cell system in 2020, including trying to make fuel cells and hydrogen storage more affordable.
Pressure is growing on automakers to become more environmentally friendly as well as develop other technology for vehicles such as semi-autonomous driving.
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