Mazda Motor Corp. said Wednesday it recently opened a hydrogen filling station near its headquarters in Hiroshima Prefecture for the development of hydrogen rotary vehicles.

The hydrogen station can fuel some 10 vehicles daily, the automaker said.

Mazda conducted the world’s first public road tests of a dual-fuel rotary engine vehicle in October and plans to start selling such vehicles to the public and businesses in two years, it said.

The dual-fuel vehicle runs on either hydrogen or gasoline.

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