Isuzu and Honda to collaborate on fuel cell truck research

Isuzu Motors and Honda Motor have joined forces to carry out research on fuel cell-powered heavy-duty trucks.

The Japanese automobile manufacturers today announced the signing of an agreement for the research project which came as a result of their shared technological research goals.

Prior to the agreement, Isuzu was looking to expand its line of next-generation powertrains for heavy-duty trucks and Honda was looking to expand applications of its fuel cell technologies, creating a well-suited collaboration opportunity.

As part of the joint research, the two companies will establish a foundation for basic technologies such as fuel cell power trains and vehicle control technologies for heavy-duty trucks.

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