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2021 Toyota Mirai Concept Is a Major Upgrade

2021 Toyota Mirai Concept Is a Major Upgrade
First revealed back in 2013, the Toyota Mirai is innovative in that it’s one of the few consumer vehicles on the road which runs on hydrogen power. Its systems then convert that hydrogen to electricity to drive its motor, and emitting only a little bit of water as its sole tailpipe emission.
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Toyota Tundra PIE Pro Serves Pizza Hut Pizza to Go

Toyota Tundra PIE Pro Serves Pizza Hut Pizza to Go
Car and truck companies usually turn up to the SEMA show with tricked out sports cars and hot rods. And while Toyota showed up this year with a selection of upgraded Corolla hatches, they also brought along a custom built Tundra that makes pizza.
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GM and Honda Ramping up for Fuel Cell Production in Michigan

GM and Honda Ramping up for Fuel Cell Production in Michigan
GM and Honda have announced that their three year partnership is expected to bring affordable hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to market by 2020. The joint venture will now produce next generation fuel cell systems at a GM battery plant near Detroit.
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Over a Million Hydrogen Miles Driven in California

Over a Million Hydrogen Miles Driven in California
There aren’t many hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles on the roads in the US today. This isn’t so much because manufacturers can’t make the cars. The big problem in most of the country is that there is no hydrogen refueling infrastructure to support the vehicles.
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Mercedes to Launch GLC-class with Plug-in Fuel Cell

Mercedes to Launch GLC-class with Plug-in Fuel Cell
The hydrogen fuel cell is a green method for powering cars that has been around for a long time now, but has yet to make a significant impact in the market. Mercedes might change that with the announcement that it will offer a production fuel-cell vehicle starting next year.
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Test Drive the First Ever Hydrogen Racecar

Test Drive the First Ever Hydrogen Racecar
Considering that perhaps the most common use of the word “hydrogen” over the last century came right before the word “bomb,” I’m not sure I’d be so excited to hop into a race car fueled by this gas. 
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Mercedes-Benz F 015 Press Demo in San Francisco

Mercedes-Benz F 015 Press Demo in San Francisco
We previously saw candid shots of Mercedes-Benz’s F 015 Luxury in Motion autonomous car on the streets of San Francisco. The car maker has since released press shots showing off the research car sharply standing out in present day California, which you can see below. 
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Get Ready for Electric and Hydrogen Porsches

Get Ready for Electric and Hydrogen Porsches
Porsche has impressed the world mightily with its hybrid offerings. The 918 Spyder is obviously nothing short of incredible, but the Hybrid Panamera is no slouch either. According to a slide of a presentation photographed by Autocar, full electric and hydrogen models are now in the Porsche pipeline. While the electrification isn’t terribly surprising to me, given the success of the Tesla Model S, the upcoming Audi R8 E-Tron, and the myriad other electric sports cars entering the market, but the hydrogen fuel cell thing does surprise me.
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Mercedes-Benz Unveils F 015 Concept at CES 2015

Mercedes-Benz Unveils F 015 Concept at CES 2015
Mercedes-Benz unveiled its futuristic F 015 Luxury in Motion concept at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show and the car contains some pretty incredible technical features to show off. Of course, the F 015’s profile cannot be ignored, with a gradually sloping front windscreen that barely seems to drop off to the rear, a bold front grille, and a rear taillight messaging system unlike anything else (other than in rear wipers).
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Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Concept Unveiled

Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle Concept Unveiled
Toyota just announced its Mirai FCV will be arriving in the United States in 2016 and Honda – a car company that has long been known for looking towards the future – has unveiled its own fuel cell vehicle, the FCV Concept.
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Toyota “Mirai” Fuel Cell Vehicle Arriving in 2016

Toyota “Mirai” Fuel Cell Vehicle Arriving in 2016
Toyota first showed us its fuel cell vehicle concept, then called simply the FCV Concept, at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, and now the hydrogen-powered car has gone official, with an expected arrival in North America in 2016.
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Toyota Touts a Future with Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

Toyota Touts a Future with Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the FCV Concept, will go on sale in 2015 and the car could have a significant impact on the future of transportation. With a 300 mile range, The FCV Concept is powered by an electric engine with the electricity generated via a hydrogen fuel cell.
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Forze 6: A University-Built Hydrogen Fuel Cell Racer

Forze 6: A University-Built Hydrogen Fuel Cell Racer
The Forze VI racer is built as a project car at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. As you can guess by the name, this is the sixth such car in the program’s history and by far the most powerful, most track-ready hydrogen fuel cell racer they’ve produced.
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Toyota’s Fuel Cell Powered FCV to Go on Sale in 2015

Toyota’s Fuel Cell Powered FCV to Go on Sale in 2015
Toyota’s FCV Concept was first unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show and, with its electric, hydrogen fuel cell powered engine and a range of 310 miles, it looks like a great alternative energy vehicle. At the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show, Toyota announced the four-door mid-size sedan will be available for purchase in the U.S.
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Mercedes Plans Production Fuel Cell Vehicle by 2017

Mercedes Plans Production Fuel Cell Vehicle by 2017
Mercedes-Benz has announced it will be bringing a fuel-cell powered electric vehicle to the market in 2017. We’ve already seen a concept car by Mercedes, the B-Class F-CELL (shown above), which may be a preview of what to expect.
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