Toyota studying fuel cells for commercial vehicles

Toyota studying fuel cells for commercial vehicles

Test program in California to test limits of hydrogen-powered transport.

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November 18, 2016

Torrance, California – Toyota has long maintained that hydrogen fuel cell technology could be a zero emission solution across a broad spectrum of vehicle types. The scalability of this technology is enabling the automaker to explore a semi-trailer truck application for a California-based feasibility study.

The Toyota Mirai will continue to provide a zero emission driving solution for global customers; a heavy-duty truck sized fuel cell vehicle creates a potential zero-emission freight transportation solution for the future.

Additional details on the study, and the continued evolution of a hydrogen society, will be announced in the coming months.

Source: Toyota