Toyota unveiled its hydrogen fuel cell car at the Consumer Electronics Show. Bob Carter, Sr. Vice President of Automotive Operations says its the car of the future and builds upon Toyota's success with hybrid cars. Carter said the costs to develop these cars has dropped dramatically and the big challenge will be to create the refueling infrastructure. The beauty of the FCV is that fewer fueling stations will be needed. Toyota said the cars will be available in 2015.

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