Fuel-cell drive

Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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Mercedes-Benz Citaro fuel cell buses: The fuel cell system and the compressed-gas bottles are located on the roof of the vehicle. This is also where the electricity used to power the 200 kW electric motor is generated from the hydrogen. Each bus can accommodate up to 70 passengers and has a range of approximately 200 kilometers and a top speed of 80 km/h.
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