Watch: Ride along in Kenworth and Toyota’s new hydrogen-powered truck

Watch: Ride along in Kenworth and Toyota’s new hydrogen-powered truck

At a recent event at the Port of Los Angeles, Kenworth and Toyota showcased a production model of the companies' hydrogen fuel cell-powered truck, and we had the chance to go for a ride in the truck and test out the technology.

At a recent event at the Port of Los Angeles, Kenworth and Toyota showcased a production model of the companies’ hydrogen fuel cell-powered truck, and we had the chance to go for a ride in the truck and test out the technology.

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