Keep on truckin': Toyota trials zero emission hydrogen truck

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Toyota is testing its zero emission hydrogen fuel cell truck in California | Credit: Toyota
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Toyota is testing its zero emission hydrogen fuel cell truck in California | Credit: Toyota

Automaker claims its hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty truck concept has completed 4,000 miles in initial testing and is now ready for more formal trials

A zero emission heavy-duty truck prototype developed by Toyota is being put to work on commercial haulage routes in Los Angeles for the first time, the Japanese automaker has announced. Early testing...

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