The world's biggest automaker is betting that hydrogen is the future of automobiles, so it's calling its first mass production hydrogen fuel cell vehicle Mirai, the Japanese word for "future."
In California, hydrogen-fueled cars are gaining in popularity. Will their safety issues garner greater scrutiny?
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Here's a little something to get that dad or grad you may have missed these last couple of weeks: Honda is rolling out the first commercially available hydrogen fuel-cell car. They get great mileage, emit only water vapor and run real smooth, provided they don't Hindenburg. True to form, some Southern Californians are already on the waiting list.