Fuel Cell Drive Technology
Electric vehicles with fuel cell
 
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1994
Daimler presents NECAR (New Electric Car), the
first fuel cell vehicle, based on the Mercedes-Benz 100 van.
 
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1999
In NECAR 4, the fuel cell drive system and tank
unit are housed in the sandwich floor unit of
the Mercedes-Benz A-Class for the first time.
 
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2003
In Madrid and Stuttgart, the first of 30 fuel cell
city buses based on the Mercedes-Benz Citaro
commence line service.
 
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2004
Daimler hands over ten fuel cell passenger cars
in Berlin and is thus the largest mobility partner
in the “Clean Energy Partnership.” A total of 60
A-Class F-CELL vehicles are in use worldwide.
 
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2009
Concept BlueZERO: threefold verification of the
everyday practicality of alternative drive systems.
 
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2009
Production start-up for fuel cell vehicles, with
a small series of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class
F-CELL.
 
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2009
The Mercedes-Benz Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid bus
combines the advantages of the emission-free
fuel cell with hybrid drive.
 
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2011
In the F-CELL World Drive, the B-Class F-CELL
is driven around the world in 125 days and
demonstrates its high everyday practicality and
robustness – at times under extreme weather
and road conditions.
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