Toyota’s next eco-friendly car will be powered by hydrogen

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According to Toyota Motor Company, the Japanese giant will release its first hydrogen (H2) variant to its domestic market next Spring, with a follow on rollout to the U.S Market shortly afterwards. Is should be remembered that Toyota showcased an H2 concept at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show.

The company apparently intends to do its initial U.S. sales and marketing work in California where the emergence of a series of automaker-lead test fuel plants are currently under construction. Along with this commercial interest, planning engendered by the State of California suggest that they will help develop and support up to 100 H2 fuel plant state-wide by the end of 2024.

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  • Rick Carlton

    Rick Carlton has worked as a journalist, writer, researcher, editor, publisher and technologies professional for many years. His bylines have appeared in a host of domestic/international newspaper, magazine and online outlets including; The Auto Channel, Finland’s Teknikan Maalma, Unilever’s The Adrenalist, The Tribune Newspapers, The Austin Business Journal, Crutchfield Labs Research, Crowdfunding Guide and National Business Media’s magazine group. In addition to his publishing career, he served as a C-Level executive/consultant for a wide-range of private and public sector companies, and also taught as a professional instructor within the Coastline Community and Cerritos College systems. He has also served as a press/media consultant for a range of professional motorsports organizations including work for Diamond Rio Racing (NASCAR), Taylor Racing (ARCA), Jimmy Wellman Racing (NASCAR), and others.

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