Oct 202014
 

Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept Car

We’re entering a new era in automotive history, and Toyota is leading the way. The automaker recently announced that they will become the first company to give away a hydrogen vehicle, dubbed the Toyota Fuel-Cell Vehicle (FCV). We’re excited at Hulbert Toyota for the new possibilities that come with fuel-cell technology.

At the Environmental Media Association (EMA) Award ceremonies at Warner Bros. Studio in California, Toyota will announce the lucky individual who gets to drive home in the FCV. Unfortunately, the hydrogen-powered car is only being offered in California because it’s the only state with a hydrogen-fuel infrastructure.

“Hydrogen fuel-cell technology is the next big leap in automotive history, and through this extraordinary drawing, we’re seeking bold drivers ready to embrace that future,” said Bob Carter, senior vice president of Automotive Operations, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

So what does this mean for you? In the immediate future, not much. However, this is just a preview of what’s to come: the quick accelerating Toyota FCV has a range of 300 miles, a quiet ride, and produces nothing but pure water from the tailpipe.

Toyota has been researching this technology for over 20 years, and many features that have come out of this process are featured on other cars. To see how this technology has been integrated into the 2015 model year, stop by Hulbert Toyota and check out our lineup.