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Is Toyota cornering the future market?

The Mirai looks and feels almost too conventional to be the future, but it’s the first hydrogen fuel cell car you can actually buy

1st November, 2015
The new Toyota Mirai FCV: the only emission the car creates while driving is water

We can all have such a laugh looking back at the covers of Popular Science magazine. Brightly coloured and painted with images of heroic men on rocket skis (yes, really), cars propelled by actual propellers (yes, them too) and gigantic airships the size of a city (oh yes, lots of them).

All would be commonplace by the far-off year of 2000, the somewhat-pulpy magazine confidently asserted. Pardon me while I adjust my jetpack . . .

It may not...

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