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2014 L.A. Auto Show: Green Vehicles

Toyota Mirai fuel cell vehicle

Hydrogen fuel-cell technology took center stage among green-vehicle technology at the 2014 L.A. Auto Show led by the appearance of the 2016 Toyota Mirai. Photos by Paul Clinton, Steven Martinez, Adam Pringle, Amy Winter, and Chris Wolski.

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Toyota Names Fuel Cell Sedan Mirai

Toyota has revealed the name of its fuel cell sedan. The Mirai means future in Japanese. Also in Toyota's future are plans to build more hydrogen fueling stations in several Northeastern states.

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2015-MY Alternative Fuel Vehicles

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BMW's i3 is part of automaker's new isub-brand. the body consists of light weight...

The 2015 model year has been a good one for alternative fuel vehicles, not only in the amount of vehicles but also in variety. With so many options out there from Chevrolet Silverado to the Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell, any fleet driver or manager can find the vehicle tailored to their needs. Click to read the full story. Photos courtesy of manufacturers.

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Honda's Green Vehicle Heritage

The 1997 EV Plus was Honda's first battery-electric vehicle with a range of 110 miles. It was...

Honda has been an innovator in developing alternative-fuel and powertrain vehicle technologies. Some of its historic vehicles are on display at the company's private museum in Torrance, Calif. View photos of several of these vehicles that were on display at an automotive industry event attended by Automotive Fleet editors. Photos by Paul Clinton.

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Hyundai's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Tucson Arrives

Hyundai's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Tucson Arrives

Hyundai's Tucson Fuel Cell SUV became available to consumers in June of 2014, when Hyundai offered it as a leased vehicle at several Southern California dealers. Watch this Reuters report on the vehicle.

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Evolving Alt-Fuel Infrastructure

Evolving Alt-Fuel Infrastructure

The current state of alternative-fuel infrastructure continues to evolve thanks to market-driven policies, emerging fuels and technologies, and government and manufacturer collaborations.