Hydrogen-Powered Car From Toyota Unveiled At CES 2014

Posted: Jan 7 2014, 7:04am CST | by , Updated: Jan 7 2014, 10:09am CST, in News | CES


Hydrogen-Powered Car from Toyota to Arrive by 2015
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Toyota is about to bring a little surprise in the lives of its fans. Toyota has announced at CES 2014 that a brand new hydrogen-powered car will arrive by 2015 from its factories.

Many years were spent in its making. Now the plan has almost reached its final stages. By the beginning of next year, the hydrogen-powered car will start rolling off the conveyor belts of Toyota. Toyota announced to bring back the hydrogen-powered car at CES 2014.

First there were CNG vehicles and then there came electric cell-powered cars. Now this is the latest and it will be a thrill to ride the machine on the open road. Toyota's hydrogen-powered car can go solo for 300 miles without a stop and then may be refueled from a suitable station that sells hydrogen gas. 

The car had its cover taken off at the CES which took place recently. It bears an uncanny resemblance to a Toyota Corolla. This hot set of wheels can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 10 seconds flat. And the really good thing is that there are no emissions whatsoever. It is clean, lean and green. 

However, it is not a total makeover it has undergone. The hydrogen-powered car was in the pipeline for many years. Now that it is feasible for the ordinary citizen, the planet can heave a sigh of relief. Termed a foolhardy pursuit in the past, the hydrogen car has turned out to be  a realistic venture after all. 

No name or title has been given to the novel means of transportation. One thing which has been drastically brought down is the price component. Sales of the car will begin from the venue of California. Later on it will spread to the rest of the country and hopefully from there to the rest of the world.  

Source: Wired  

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