Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Toyota launches its Fuel Cell Vehicle as the "Mirai"

On the night before its official launch, Toyota President Akio Toyoda announced that the company'sfuel cell vehicle (FCV) will be called the "Mirai." The name, which means "future" in Japanese, marks what the car maker sees as a turning point in automotive technology with the development of both a hydrogen-powered vehicle and an expanded hydrogen fueling infrastructure... Continue Reading Toyota launches its Fuel Cell Vehicle as the "Mirai"

Section: Automotive

Tags: Automotive, Fuel Cell, Hydrogen, Hydrogen-powered, Infrastructure, Toyota

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