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Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 Review

At the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota unveiled a series of concepts and out of them one was too futuristic. We are here talking about the Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015. The hydrogen-powered model though looks a bit weird but still has the spark that will catch your second glimpse. Let us have a look at the review of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 to know in details about it.



  • Length: 149.60 in
  • Width: 68.89 in
  • Height: 60.62 in
  • Wheelbase: 118.11 in


The interior of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 is something that you’ll find the simplest in today’s time. It has a standalone steering wheel in front of two seats. There are two buttons mounted over the steering wheel, which I presume are for the ignition and hazard. There isn’t any dashboard and thus I believe that there also won’t be any airbags integrated in the model however the front glass acts as a digital display which probably will feature all the vital information. In comparison to the cabin, the rear looks more comfortable with its sofa like seating for two people and is wrapped into a web-like structure. Thus rounding up the interior details of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 I would say it doesn’t has anything that can amaze you, apart from the rear seating which looks comfortable and beautiful both.


Just like the interior, I’ll begin talking about the exterior of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015. I won’t say it is just weird, it just doesn’t looks like any car and maybe this is why I called it a futuristic concept. Starting with the front end, it has headlight strips on the wheel arches and a grille with a glass cockpit. The grille comes illuminated and this perhaps adds to the looks. The entire body is covered by glass emitting blue hue and the essence provides your eyes a kind of serenity. Moving towards the rear, along the sides you’ll notice large cut-aways which look like doors while at the rear you have totally hidden set of wheels. In all the exterior details of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 are something that you definitely cant except today and for future; I’m not sure about it.


Powering the Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 is a hydrogen system that company is producing for its future cars. This directly implies that there is no statement regarding the performance and power output of Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015 as of now and nor we can expect to have them in near future.

Toyota FCV Plus Concept 2015


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