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Nissan Supplies Japanese Limo Firm With Fuel Cell Vehicle

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The next time Leo is in Japan for a film premiere, expect him to look this company up. Apparently, Nissan has supplied Kanagawa Toshi Kotsu, a Japanese limo company, with a fuel cell-powered SUV to to be used as part of their chauffeur-driven fleet. According to Nissan, such a vehicle achieves the same level of output as the gasoline-powered X-Trail, but with clean air technology.

While it’s not as glamorous as a real limo, such style doesn’t appear to be bothering eco-friendly stars that regularly hit the red carpet in a Toyota Prius.  Even if fuel cell technology is currently impractical for mass consumption, it’s definitely a step up on the green ladder for those in Hollywood looking to make an impression. Let’s hope these vehicles hit the states soon…

via Business Week

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