TORRANCE, CA – Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. will launch four more fuel cell vehicles this year as it seeks more real-world experience with the alternative fuel technology. At the same time, Toyota plans to establish a hydrogen supply route so fuel cell hybrid vehicles (FCHVs) can travel between its headquarters south of Los Angeles north to San Francisco with three or four hydrogen refueling stations along the way. Toyota has leased several Highlander FCHVs, with more coming ...

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