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Toyota Testing Hydrogen Powered Combustion Engines in Race Cars

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Toyota has fitted racing cars with hydrogen combustion engines to test the feasibility of the technology for use in commercial vehicles. The technology still suffers from limitations regarding range, and some big names in the automotive industry have criticized its use in cars. Japan’s government has strongly backed the use of hydrogen. Toyota set a world record in June by driving a hydrogen-fueled vehicle 623 miles on one tank of hydrogen fuel.

3 thoughts on “Toyota Testing Hydrogen Powered Combustion Engines in Race Cars

  1. Still no such thing as a free lunch

  2. At least it’s not a Ford

  3. While Hydrogen may be less efficient, it is overall way better than anything else because there is unlimited amount of H and it does not require mining millions of pounds of metal for huge batteries which is arguably worse for the environment than current internal combustion engines

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