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Is Toyota's new hydrogen car about to 'change society'?

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe takes Toyota's prototype fuel cell vehicle for a spin in Kitakyushu in July. The car uses hydrogen for fuel and emits no carbon dioxide.   © Kyodo

NAGOYA -- Increasingly stringent environmental regulations in major markets are spurring automakers to develop a new generation of green cars. Toyota Motor, which led the way in popularizing hybrids, is now positioning itself as the company that will bring hydrogen-fueled, zero-carbon-emission vehicles into the mainstream.

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