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Toyota unveils fuel-cell car assembly line

Toyota President Akio Toyoda on Tuesday unveiled the assembly line that is making the first mass market fuel-cell car.
The world's biggest carmaker plans to produce 700 units of the four-door Mirai sedan—powered by hydrogen and emitting nothing but water vapour from its tailpipe—by the end of December.
Production of the car whose name means "future" in Japanese is scheduled to expand to 2,000 units in 2016 and 3,000 units in 2017.

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