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Falling costs are making fuel-cell vehicles look like a plausible alternative to conventional cars.
Toyota says it has reduced the cost of fuel cells significantly enough to sell hydrogen cars for under $100,000.
With security, reliability, and legal issues yet to be resolved, the first self-driving vehicles will perform only specific tasks.
Magnesium-ion batteries promise to be cheaper and more energy-dense than lithium-ion ones.
The carmaker discusses research that could make cars autonomous and eliminate traffic fatalities.