DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp. recalls all six of its hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles after a leak is found in the fuel tank of one of the cars. Toyota began leasing the cars to four Japanese government ministries and two California universities in December. The vehicle with the faulty fuel tank is leased to Japan’s Environment Ministry. Due to the recall, Toyota is postponing the lease of four more hydrogen-powered vehicles set to begin May 29 at two Japanese government units and four ...

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