Toyota Will Start Production of New Hydrogen Model in December
Jun 10, 2014 11:39
Toyota will be going ahead with its hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. The car they plan to break into the market is going into Japanese production in mid-December.
Currently, the two main issues facing fuel-cell EVs are the lacking hydrogen fueling station infrastructure and comparably high price – fuel-cell cars can be and usually are more expensive than regular electrics.
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