Toyota released the second video from "Fueled with everything" series, going back to the very beginning of the oil industry in a special way.

Oscar winning directors T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay took a Toyota Mirai and drove to a small town Titusville in Pennsylvania where they made the "Fuelled by Oil Creek" movie. Back in 1859 an oil well was discovered there, changing the American and global energy map forever. Martin and Lindsey thought this was the ideal place, witnessing the beginning of the oil industry and the Oil Creek River, to show the newest generation of cars.

Students of the local high school used electricity to produce hydrogen and oxygen from water in the Oil Creek River. Hydrogen was, of course, used to power the fuel cells in the Toyota Mirai, returning water into the atmosphere after using the hydrogen.

June 8, 2015 Driving photo: Toyota

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