2011 Daihatsu FC Sho Case Study Is Cute but Wrong!
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We don’t see the logic so maybe you will. This strange looking contraption is called the FC Sho Case study. It makes use of a liquid fuel cell drivetrain that’s supposed to be very efficient and uses no precious metals.
The Sho Case measures 3,395mm long, 1,475mm wide and 1,900mm high... everywhere you want to measure it...because it’s square. Is this Japanese automotive design at its best right here?!
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On 14 November 2011 at 02:57 UTC, trickz said:
Is this a... p65n machine? It looks like one...
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