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Report: Toyota’s production hydrogen-fuel cell vehicle to produce 136hp

Bloomberg reports Toyota’s much-anticpated production hydrogen-fuel cell vehicle, due in 2015, will have 136hp, all of which propel the car forward while just producing water vapor from the tailpipe—no harmful greenhouse gases. The hydrogen-fuel cell car was previewed in the form of the FCV-R Concept, with the production version debuting at the Tokyo Motor Show […]

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Report: Production Toyota FCV-R fuel-cell sedan coming in 2015

Toyota’s U.S. sales chief Jim Lentz has confirmed that the company’s new fuel-cell vehicle, previewed by the FCV-R Concept at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, will debut in 2015. While he declined to give any specifics, the concept featured a 70 MPa hydrogen fuel tank that enabled the vehicle to travel approximately 435 miles between […]

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2011 Tokyo: Toyota FCV-R fuel-cell sedan concept unveiled, enters production in 2015

Unveiled today at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, the Toyota FCV-R Concept hints at a future fuel-cell sedan powered by hydrogen. Toyota says that the FCV-R seats four passengers, while offering impressive luggage space. The fuel cell stack on the FCV-R consists of a 70 MPa high-pressure hydrogen tank, which allows it to have cruising range […]

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Toyota to show three new concepts in Tokyo, will offer fuel-cell sedan in 2015

Toyota’s display at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show will feature several concept cars to highlight its brand, aiming “to make fresh proposals concerning the dream and joy of motor vehicles under the concept ‘Fun to Drive, Again.’” The first concept is the new Toyota Fun-Vii – study that “heralds a future where people, cars and […]

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