TOYOTA FCV CONCEPT
U.S debuts at 2014 Consumer Electronics Show
FCVs are powered by fuel cells, which generate electricity from hydrogen,which is not only environmentally friendly and highly energy-efficient,but can also be produced using a variety of readily available raw materials.
Bob CarterSenior Vice PresidentToyota Motor Sales
Hydrogen is no longer
an impossible dream
A press briefing was held on January 6, local time, and Toyota announced the introduction ofFCVs (Fuel Cell Vehicles) on the North American market* in 2015.* Commencing with California
Next Generation Urban Traffic System「TOYOTA i-ROAD」
The i-ROAD. An ultra-compact electric vehicle with only three wheels. A new breed of vehicle fromToyota built using the latest technologies, offering exhilarating, compact mobility for short-distancecity driving. Its small footprint results in impressive maneuverability, navigating narrow streetsquickly and smoothly. These features mean the i-ROAD will contribute to decreased congestion andneed for parking, helping maintain clean communities that produce fewer greenhouse gases.
The i-ROAD will participate in urban transport trials from 2014 in Toyota City, Japan and in Grenoble, France.
Toyota’s Car for the Connected Future
Toyota believes that the car of the future will be far more than a simple machine. By equippingvehicles with the latest in IT technology, we can build a more natural relationship between peopleand their cars. The FV2 concept car is one step toward giving shape to this idea. Designed around“Intuitive Connections,” you control the FV2 with your body’s motions, and the vehicle reacts toyour emotions as well.