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Japan thinks hydrogen will rule. Does anyone else?

TOYOTA, Japan — It's eerily silent, and only the digital speedometer seems to notice that the hydrogen fuel-cell-powered car is picking up speed. The name Mirai means "future," a whisper of what Toyota thinks the world will look like in years to come. The rest of the world is listening, but skeptical.

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