DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp.’s top U.S. environmental engineer says the Japanese auto maker is not rushing to fill the pipeline with fuel-cell cars despite its multi-billion-dollar investment in hydrogen research. Dave Hermance, executive engineer-Environmental Engineering Dept., Toyota Technical Center USA Inc., says Toyota won’t sit on its hands while the market and technology develop, but the decision to introduce hydrogen-powered cars in the U.S. will be driven by cost effectiveness. ...

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