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    Toyota Motor Corp.'s new fuel cell vehicle FCV "Mirai." The automaker says it will begin selling the cars in Japan on Dec. 15 and in the U.S. and Europe in mid-2015. The Associated Press

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    A Toyota Motor Corp. employee drives a Toyota's new fuel cell vehicle Mirai. The sporty four-door will retail for $57,600. The company has about 200 pre-orders for the vehicle, mainly government agencies and companies that want to go green. Hoping to offset the inconvenience of finding fuel, Toyota gave the car a futuristic look inside and out – Mirai means future in Japanese. The Associated Press

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    Toyota's new fuel cell vehicle Mirai arrives at a charge station near Toyota's showroom in Tokyo. Besides the relatively high cost, buyers will have to contend with finding fuel. Only a few dozen hydrogen filling stations have been built worldwide, though governments are subsidizing the construction of more. The Associated Press

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    The engine part of a Toyota Mirai is shown at its showroom test course in Tokyo. In Japan, the Mirai can travel 400-435 miles on its two tanks of hydrogen. In the U.S., its range is 300 miles because of different driving conditions.

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    In Japan initially there will be about 30 fueling stations around large urban regions including Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. In the United States, a few stations have opened in California and there are plans to build some in the Northeast.

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