Could Toyota’s Surprisingly Good-Looking Fuel-Cell Car Change Our Pre-conceptions About Hydrogen Vehicles?
When Toyota designed its hydrogen-powered Mirai fuel-cell car five years ago, its R&D team focused the majority of their efforts and the lions share of its budget on the tech side of the project. And a
When the Toyota Mirai first went on sale in Japan in late 2014 and later in the U.S. and Europe, it wasn’t the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle available to consumers. The Mirai was the first FCEV available
IN DECEMBER 2002 the Norwegian-flagged cargo ship Tricolor sank in the English Channel, taking to the bottom a load of nearly 3,000 cars, including factory-fresh BMWs, Volvos and Saabs. In 2006, the car
Toyota has unveiled a new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) version of the RAV4 for 2021 — showing that it is doing electrification backward, since it used to have an all-electric RAV4 SUV more than a decade ago.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) unveiled a completely redesigned hydrogen-powered fuel cell sedan on Friday in its latest attempt to revive demand for the niche technology that it hopes will
The longer warranty extends to all 2020 hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell models, even those already on the road. Here's a fun fact: Last year, 44% of the hybrid vehicles sold in the United States Toyotas.
Last night Toyota unveiled the 2021 Mirai "concept," a production-ready preview of the car that'll be unveiled later this year at the Tokyo auto show. The Mirai, Toyota's hydrogen fuel-cell sedan, is in
The next generation of Toyota's FCEV is a dramatic departure from the original model. Get an early look before it bows at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Surprise! Meet the all-new, second-gen 2021 Toyota This
Toyota announced today that it will extend the battery warranty for its hybrid and electric vehicles to 10 years or 150,000 miles (whichever comes first), an increase from the current eight years or 100,000
Lexus, Toyota’s premium brand, is teasing a new electric vehicle concept to be unveiled later this month at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show. Toyota was early to the hybrid game with the Prius, but where most
Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles have a tough time out there in the real world. They have all the ecological advantages of an EV and the refueling speed of a gasoline vehicle. But there's that whole infrastructure