Toyota shows off a modified Mirai fuel cell vehicle at the LA Auto Show designed to look like the DeLorean from the Back To The Future movies.
Europe will still only get about 100 of the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles per year.
New Environmental Challenge Will Nearly Eliminate CO2 Emissions By 2050
Toyota will reduce CO2 emissions from its new cars by 90 percent in 2050, and plans to sell 30,000 H2 cars a year in 2020.
The Closer You Live To A Hydrogen Station, The Better Your Chances Are
There's already a waitlist for Toyota's first production fuel-cell vehicle, the hydrogen-powered Mirai.
Toyota Says Refueling Infrastructure Will Be Better At October Launch
Over 600 people have asked to buy a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell model in the first 10 days that the vehicle's order website was open.
US Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure Still Lags Japan's, Though
Toyota says California is prepping dozens of hydrogen refueling stations for October arrival of the Mirai.
Toyota's eight Mirai dealers in California are getting ready to start selling the hydrogen fuel cell sedans in October. One of these showrooms is even willing to turn potential customers away if they aren't right for the model.
Toyota will open up the hydrogen-powered Mirai order books on July 20. You won't just be able to click to get one, though.
Automaker's Microscopic Discoveries Show Rate Of Platinum Degradation
Toyota says it's found a way to boost hydrogen fuel-cell productivity via platinum observations.
First Eight Dealerships Announced, All In California
The Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car will launch in the US in October, starting with eight dealerships in San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA.
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