Toyota Not Giving Up on Fuel Cell Car

Have you ever won­dered why Toy­ota and Hon­da brought hybrids to glob­al mar­kets before any­one else but have been behind Nis­san, Gen­er­al Motors, and BMW in plug-in elec­tric vehi­cles? Accord­ing to a few auto indus­try insid­ers, Toy­ota and Hon­da have been more con­vinced about hydro­gen fuel cell vehi­cles than plug-in elec­tric vehi­cles. Hon­da has been test­ing, in a very lim­it­ed way, its FCX Clar­i­ty, on lease deals in Cal­i­for­nia since 2008. that it will be bring­ing a fuel cell car to its deal­er­ship net­work in 2015, said Justin Ward, advanced pow­er­train pro­gram man­ag­er at the Toy­ota Tech­ni­cal Cen­ter in Ann Arbor, Mich. Ini­tial­ly it will go in sale in Cal­i­for­nia, which plans to have 68 hydro­gen fuel­ing sta­tions up by the end of 2015. Ford, GM, Chrysler, and Volk­swa­gen plan to roll out their own fuel cell cars, but are not say­ing when.

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