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Toyota FCV R Concept 2011

Toyota FCV-R Concept had its world premiere at the Tokyo Auto Show 2011. This family sized vehicle is fueled by hydrogen and represents Toyota's intention of commercial launch of a fuel cell vehicle by 2015.



The FCV-R (Fuel Cell Vehicle – Reality & Revolution) concept, measuring 4.7 metres in length, is a practical, family sized vehicle fuelled by hydrogen. This concept model represents the next step towards the commercial launch of a Toyota fuel cell vehicle by 2015.

With the fuel-cell unit located beneath the specially designed bodyshell, the vehicle can accommodate up to four passengers and boasts impressive luggage space. The fuel cell stack, with a 70 MPa high-pressure hydrogen tank, has been improved to provide a cruising distance of approximately 430 miles (under the Japanese JC08 test cycle).

Toyota FCV R Concept 2011

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