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Toyota — Fuel Cell Vehicle

The vehicle runs on hydrogen, which means that if Toyota hopes to get more FCVs on the road by 2015, the automaker will also have to invest in hydrogen-refueling stations. Luckily, California has approved around $200 million in funding to build 20 new stations by next year and as many as 100 by 2024.

Toyota believes that this technology is most feasible because it has reduced the size and weight of its powertrain system significantly while maintaining a power output of more than 100 kilowatts — this means that these cars could actually be affordable come 2015.

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