Toyota Reveals Exterior Design of Its Upcoming Fuel Cell Sedan

Toyota Reveals Exterior Design of Its Upcoming Fuel Cell Sedan

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
27 Jun 2014

Hydrogen has great potential as an alternative fuel. It can be produced from a wide variety of primary energy sources, including solar and wind power, it is easy to store and transport, and when compressed, it has a higher energy density than batteries. It could also be used in a much wider range of applications beyond automotive and domestic use, including large-scale power generation.

The revealed Fuel Cell Sedan, for example, delivers performance and a cruising range similar to that of a petrol-engined vehicle, and refuelling takes roughly three minutes. When driven, the car’s only tailpipe emission is water vapor, produced by the chemical reaction between the hydrogen and oxygen.

Fuel cell vehicles contribute to the diversification of vehicle fuels. They emit no carbon dioxide or substances harmful to the environment when driven, but offer the convenience associated with petrol-powered vehicles. Toyota believes the technology has great potential in the development of vehicles that are kinder to the environment and ideal for helping deliver sustainable mobility.

Toyota companies are also engaging in other hydrogen-related initiatives, such as developing and testing fuel cells for use in homes, and designing fuel cell forklifts and buses.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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