BMW CEO Wants to Continue Alliance that Includes Fuel Cells with Toyota

By November 14, 2020 < 1   min read  (131 words)

November 14, 2020 |

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FRANKFURT –– On Thursday, November 10th and while attending the annual conference of Automobilwoche BMW CEO Oliver Zipse said he “would seek to strengthen bonds with Toyota and wants the current alliance between the two automakers, which focuses on fuel cells and sports cars, going beyond 2025.”

“In the next decades, we would do well to strengthen bonds,” Zipse told the annual conference.

He also said that “the deal should continue beyond 2025, and that he hopes a push from policymakers to industrialize the production of hydrogen would benefit fuel cell cars.”

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