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TOYOTA FCV CONCEPT: AN INTERVIEW WITH YOSHIKAZU TANAKA, PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT LEADER FOR FUEL CELL VEHICLES

A talk with Yoshikazu Tanaka, Planning and development leader for fuel cell vehicles More information and images on the FCV is available here Heralding the fuel cell vehicle Toyota plans to launch in 2015 as a pioneer in the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles, the Toyota FCV Concept makes its European debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. In charge of planning and development for fuel cell vehicles, Yoshikazu Tanaka discusses the numerous…

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TOYOTA FCV-R FUEL CELL CONCEPT: REVOLUTION AND REALITY

Toyota’s next step towards mass-produced hydrogen fuelled vehicles Innovative packaging in a mid-size family saloon Latest interpretation of Toyota’s design language and styling Next-generation multimedia system with smartphone-style icon display and 3D navigation mapping Toyota’s first commercially available hydrogen vehicle due on sale in 2015 Toyota believes that when it comes to the development of future powertrains to deliver sustainable…

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Toyota At Geneva Show 2000

TOYOTA AT GENEVA SHOW 2000

MORE POWERFUL YARIS VERSO JOINS RANGE Yaris Verso, the versatile new compact car from Toyota, will be available across Europe with a more powerful 1.5-litre petrol engine from later this month. The Yaris Verso 1.5 is the latest addition to the growing Yaris family and builds on the successful launch of the original, 1.3-litre, Yaris Verso last November. Based on the same platform as Toyota Yaris, the European Car of the Year, Verso challenges…

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TOYOTA FUEL CELL SEDAN AT THE 2014 PARIS MOTOR SHOW

After more than 20 years of research, Toyota’s vision of the car of the future has become a reality. The new Toyota Fuel Cell Sedan, seen for the first time in Europe at the Paris motor show, can carry four people in comfort, has a driving range comparable with a petrol engine vehicle and can be refuelled in around three minutes, yet its only tailpipe emission is water vapour. The world’s first production hydrogen-powered saloon is a…

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TOYOTA USHERS IN THE FUTURE WITH THE MIRAI FUEL CELL CAR

Toyota will launch its all-new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan1 on 15 December, before introducing it in the UK and other selected European markets in September 2015. Mirai – the name means future in Japanese – signals the start of a new age of vehicles. It uses hydrogen, an important future energy source, to generate electric power, delivering better environmental performance while giving customers the convenience and driving…

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TOYOTA MIRAI FUEL CELL SALOON

View full image gallery of the Toyota Mirai here European premiere at the Geneva motor show The Geneva motor show marks the first public appearance of the new Toyota Mirai1 in Europe. The fuel cell saloon went on sale2 in Japan last December and will be launched in Europe by the end of this summer. Mirai signals the start of a new age of vehicles. Using hydrogen – an important future energy source – as fuel to generate electricity, it achieves…

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NEW GOVERNMENT AND CROSS INDUSTRY PROGRAMME TO MAKE HYDROGEN POWERED TRAVEL IN THE UK A REALITY

A ground breaking project to ensure the UK is well positioned for the commercial roll-out of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles has been launched, Business Minister Mark Prisk announced today. The new programme – UKH2Mobility – brings together three Government Departments and industrial participants from the utility, gas, infrastructure and global car manufacturing sectors. The group will evaluate the potential for hydrogen as a fuel for…

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TOYOTA JOINS CLEAN ENERGY PARTNERSHIP TO INTRODUCE HYDROGEN FUEL CELL VEHICLES IN EUROPE

KEY POINTS Toyota joins the Clean Energy Partnership to support the development of sustainable mobility Five Toyota FCHV-adv hydrogen fuel cell hybrid vehicles to be introduced in Germany by 2011 Move supports Toyota’s ambition to commercialise hydrogen powered vehicles by 2015 Toyota’s alternative energy powertrain technology featured at Geneva motor show Toyota and the Clean Energy Partnership announced today (5 March) that Toyota has become…

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TOYOTA AND CAETANOBUS PREPARE HYDROGEN FUEL CELL BUSES FOR EUROPE

Toyota is ready to bring zero emission bus travel to Europe’s cities in 2020. It has started preparations for the local manufacture of hydrogen-fuelled buses, delivering and integrating its first fuel cell stack for a new city model, the H2.City Gold. Announced today at the Busworld 2019 exhibition in Brussels, this is the first concrete step in the collaboration between Toyota Motor Europe (TME) and CaetanoBus SA, established in September 2018…

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GLOBAL LEADERS SIGN £31M PLAN TO DEMONSTRATE THE COMMERCIAL CASE FOR HYDROGEN VEHICLES

A pioneering £31 million deal will be struck today (3 April) to make hydrogen vehicles a viable and environmentally friendly choice for motorists across Europe. Leading motor manufacturers, hydrogen fuel suppliers, the Mayor of London’s Office and energy consultancies from around the globe are signing up to the HyFive project, the largest of its kind in Europe, at City Hall in London today. Five different manufacturers have agreed to deploy a…

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TOYOTA REVEALS EXTERIOR DESIGN OF ITS PRODUCTION-READY FUEL CELL SEDAN

Final design of the Fuel Cell Sedan revealed Model to be launched before April 2015 in Japan, summer 2015 for Europe and North America Price indication of around seven million yen (approximately £40,450), prices for Europe and North America to be decided later Toyota has today revealed the exterior design and Japanese market guide pricing of its hydrogen-powered Fuel Cell Sedan, following the car’s appearance in concept form at last year’s…

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TOYOTA EXECUTIVES SET THE SCENE FOR DELIVERING FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY

The next era in Toyota’s technology development is about to become production reality, with the market introduction next year of the company’s first hydrogen fuel cell-powered car. It’s a major, but logical next step for the company, as it builds on the success it has achieved with hybrid over the past 15 years. Karl Schlicht, Executive Vice President of Toyota Motor Europe, is explicit about Toyota’s commitment to hydrogen power and the…

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