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Tech Bytes: Car powered by hydrogen

Created: August 13, 2020 09:30 AM

A potential major move by Uber and Lyft. Both say they might stop operating in California if they are forced to make drivers employees. Currently, the drivers are independent contractors. Both plan to appeal a judge's ruling ordering the change, which Uber and Lyft say they can't afford.

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The XP1 from Hyperion Motors is powered by hydrogen and can reach over 220 mph. The company says it can travel 1,000 miles before refueling. Right now it's only a prototype but is expected to go into production in 2022.

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