The hashtag #savethemanuals has been a battle cry for years as enthusiasts reject the option to change their own gears, thank you very much. The next reason célèbre may be “Save a release note!” As electric vehicles are imposed with a whimper, like a spaceship.
Toyota has entered the conflict by playing a video that highlights the sound of its hydrogen-powered engine. Hosting of the power plant is a modified Corolla Sport with a turbo triple; is currently preparing for the 24-hour Super Taikyu Series event in Fuji in a few weeks (May 21-23). The Corolla sounds remarkably similar to a gas engine, which makes my heart, which likes to buzz, shake.
In the video posted by Toyota Times, driver Hiroaki Ishiura says, “It̵
Normal, that is, with the familiar pious pious but atypical in that it does not emit CO2. However, as Hazel announced a week ago, the combustion of hydrogen still produces greenhouse gases and nitrous oxide.
Hydrogen as a solution to environmental problems currently faces a number of challenges, including low energy efficiency, difficulties in production and the fight against storage. Even the US Department of Energy says, “There are no applicable codes and standards for hydrogen storage systems and interface technologies that will facilitate deployment / commercialization and ensure safety and public acceptance.” In other words, it’s a pain.