Toyota's Fuel Cell Vehicle Revealed Ahead of Tokyo Motor Show
Nov 06, 2013 08:59
Tokyo revealed a few images of their Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV) concept ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept is slated to hit the market in 2015, and Toyota hopes it will make a similar splash like the Prius.
The Toyota FCV and other vehicles like it havecaught flack from Elon Musk for being not only impractical, but prohibitively expensive. While the price isn't confirmed, the FCV might have more to offer than Mr. Musk has been willing to admit.
It will have a 300 mile range and will run on hydrogen and produce water. Refueling is as short as three minutes. Sounds impressive already, no?
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