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Tony good information from Toyota about the future. The DISTANT future for most of us.
I'm all for hydrogen cars like I'm all for electric cars but they aren't going to be feasible for most of us for decades. Only 20 hydrogen refueling stations by next year and 100 by 2024? All or most of them in central and southern California by the sound of it and that's not going to help about 99 percent of us. Plus cars to cost 50-100K so that's a little pricey and no mention of how much it will cost to fuel up on Hydrogen.
I'm for them, but they're so far in the future that it is irrelevant to most of us.
Same with electric cars, which are a good idea but very limited by their range. Limited range and LONG charging times mean they aren't practical for most of us either.
Hybrid cars are the only real choice now and for the near future.
In other automotive news for 2015: Chinese cars are almost here. You think Wal Mart sells us lots of Chinese made junk? Wait until you hear this:
CHINESE CARS IN RACE TO U.S. DEBUT
Buffet-backed BYD plans to launch four models in '15
The story is by Tian Ying and Chua Kong Ho of Bloomberg News
"Chinese cars are poised to begin hitting U.S. showrooms by as soon as next year. BYD Co., the Chinese automaker backed by Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., plans to introduce about four models for its U.S debut at the end of 2015..."
I've never heard of BYD cars but I have heard of Warren Buffet so it sounds like they're coming and soon.