It's well known now that Toyota plans on releasing a yet-to-be-named hydrogen car in 2015, but there's still been one question unanswered: where will people fuel up? Toyota finally gave us an answer yesterday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and announced it plans on building 20 hydrogen fuel stations in California next year. 

California will be Toyota's main initial market and, as of right now, only has 10 hydrogen stations. The state also plans on spending up to $200 million to build as many as 100 stations by 2024. These efforts mark a series of big steps to making hydrogen cars catch on. Now we just wait to find out more about Toyota's first foray. 

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[via BD Live