CBSNews.com gets behind the wheel of a hydrogen fuel cell car, a potential prototype of a part of clean travel to come running on hydrogen.
Offering the promise of a clean ride with long range, it’s a technology automakers are racing to perfect, and one they’re betting will catch.
“We see fuel cells as the ultimate answer (down the road) to zero-emission vehicles,” Toyota spokesman Wade Hoyt told CBSNews.com. “By 2020, we’re going to have fuel cells as an important part of our portfolio.”
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