Ahead of its official launch at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Akio Toyoda has introduced the Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle as the “future” of cars.
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Honda was slated to unveil the production version of its hydrogen fuel cell sedan. That’s been delayed, and instead we’re getting an updated FCV concept.
By one analyst’s estimates, Toyota could lose more than $100,000 on every FCV it sells, as well as the cost of building a hydrogen fuel infrastructure.
Toyota is entering its upcoming Toyota FCV Mirai hydrogen fuel cell sedan in the Japanese Rally Championship- does it have a prayer at victory?
The first Toyota FCV will be raffled off with help from the Environmental Media Association to one lucky resident of Southern California.
Three years ago, Tesla and Toyota struck a deal to produce 2,600 battery-powered RAV4 EVs, and the last of those just arrived in California.
Toyota has released a video claiming 2015 will be the year in which the world turns away from electric vehicles and embraces hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Volkswagen’s chief in Japan says hydrogen cars will struggle outside of Japan because the incentives just aren’t there.
Even with generous incentives, fueling hydrogen fuel cell vehicles won’t be cheap, with a full tank of fuel costing around $50, says Toyota.
The partnership between Tesla and Toyota quickly dissolved as engineers and ideologies clashed over the RAV4 EV.
Japanese automakers are betting big on hydrogen fuel vehicles, and they’ve convinced government officials to stack the deck in their favor.
This infographic wants to clear up misconceptions related to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles…though it makes some misconceptions about EVs as well.
SAE International has announced two new standards that will make hydrogen refueling procedures uniform. That’s a boost for hydrogen powered fuel cell cars.
The Japanese government is doling out a huge $20,000 incentive towards the purchase of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Toyota is about to pull the plug on electric cars. Production of its last EVs – the eQ electric minicar and RAV4 EV crossover – will be finished by the end of 2014, and there are no plans for any future Toyota full-size electric cars at the moment (though the Toyota i-Road three-wheeler is making headway […]
Toyota is asking for an exemption for the FCV hydrogen car that has to do with the separation of high-voltage components and the safety of first responders.