A Toyota Mirai fuel-cell-powered vehicle is filled with compressed hydrogen at a smart hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo. Toyota will start selling its Mirai fuel cell vehicle next month for $63,000, which Japan will subsidize with the aim of repeating the success of the world’s most popular hybrid.
A Toyota Mirai fuel-cell-powered vehicle is filled with compressed hydrogen at a smart hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo. Toyota will start selling its Mirai fuel cell vehicle next month for $63,000, which Japan will subsidize with the aim of repeating the success of the world’s most popular hybrid. Tomohiro Ohsumi Bloomberg
A Toyota Mirai fuel-cell-powered vehicle is filled with compressed hydrogen at a smart hydrogen fueling station in Tokyo. Toyota will start selling its Mirai fuel cell vehicle next month for $63,000, which Japan will subsidize with the aim of repeating the success of the world’s most popular hybrid. Tomohiro Ohsumi Bloomberg

Hydrogen cars, once thought dead, are headed to showrooms

November 18, 2014 06:06 PM