Great Wall Motors, unlike most other Chinese automakers, plans to add fuel-cell vehicles to its model lineup as it takes steps to meeting the government’s New Energy Vehicle mandates. China’s largest maker of SUVs and pickups already has introduced a plug-in hybrid to the market, the WEY P8, and two full battery-electric cars, the Ora iQ5 and the C30, with more electric and electrified models in the pipeline. However, Great Wall management believes fuel cells are a better ...

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