BMW and Toyota strengthen ties with collaborations in fuel cells and lightweighting

BMW and Toyota recently announced plans to collaborate in four major areas: fuel cell systems, development of a sports vehicle, powertrain electrification, and lightweighting technologies. This announcement builds off the two OEMs' previous agreement on lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, and coincides ...

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