Toyota doesn’t think electric vehicles are the way of the future. Continue Reading...
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California is the U.S. hotbed for green cars. Yes, the Golden state has a gargantuan soft spot for alternative fuel, even if it means being a habitually early adopter. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen just revealed the hydrogen-powered Golf HyMotion at the 2014 L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Toyota has a name for its new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
Toyota hopes to sell somewhere between 5,000 and 10,000 of its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles starting in 2015 when the vehicle is introduced. Continue Reading...
Honda unveiled a concept preview of its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles during the L.A. Auto Show last week. Continue Reading...
If being green is the new black, and hydrogen is the future of being green, will there be any color puns left to make? Continue Reading...
When Toyota’s much talked-about hydrogen fuel cell vehicle arrives, it will ride on modified underpinnings from the now defunct Lexus HS250. Continue Reading...
The latest new products from Toyota, such as the 2014 Corolla, feature distinct new sheet metal but almost nothing new under the hood, an issue that the brand is working diligently to solve. Continue Reading...
If you’re sick of spending money on gas, you aren’t alone. There are plenty of options for you but finding the right alternative fuel vehicle can be complicated. Continue Reading...
Honda and General Motors announced today that they have signed a partnership to collaborate on hydrogen fuel cell technology. Continue Reading...
Outlandish as it might seem, a new study is predicting that there could be as many as 1.6 million hydrogen-powered vehicles on U.K. roads by 2030. Continue Reading...
Although new propulsion systems are growing in popularity and becoming more efficient, a study conducted by the panel advising the energy department has found that the internal combustion engine will remain the main source of vehicle power until at least 2050. Continue Reading...