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California added 1,300 fuel cell hydrogen vehicles over the last year – projections lowered again

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) released its latest annual evaluation of “Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Deployment and Hydrogen Fuel Station Network Development” report today.

The assessment shows that about 1,300 new fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) have been deployed on California’s roadways between June of 2016 and April 2017, based on the latest active registrations reported by DMV.

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Toyota officially launched the 2016 Prius – Here’s what you need to know

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Toyota launched its fourth-generation Prius last night in Las Vegas. Prius sales peaked in 2010 and this is the first major redesign since the glory days of the hybrid. The 2016 model stray from the iconic “Prius look” which is now very recognizable after selling over 3.5 million vehicles, but the exterior design still has an unconventional feel to it, especially because of the front-fenders which are very similar to the Mirai’s, Toyota fuel cells vehicle.

They also lowered the hood and the car is now a little bigger; 2.4 inches longer, 0.6 inches wider and 0.8 inches lower.

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New pictures of the 2016 Prius without camouflage leak ahead of Sept 8th debut

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Two pictures of the 2016 Toyota Prius leaked this weekend on the Malaysia Prius Club forum. The pictures appear to have been shot inside the cargo hold of a plane.

Fortunately and for the first time, the cars have no apparent camouflage on them, giving us a very good look at Toyota’s next generation Prius.

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