[Staff, 2022-12-11 14:00:00,
As the automotive industry moves towards a zero-emission world, Toyota has been on the front foot with its revolutionary and multi-pathed approach towards this goal. From battery electric, fuel cell electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and hybrid electric to its concurrent focus, the hydrogen fuel cell, and hydrogen combustion technology, Toyota is looking to solve the carbon emission crisis of the world.
Unlike most companies in the automotive industry, however, Toyota has been extremely cautious with EVs. Instead of jumping head-first into the EV market with the goal of beating other companies to EV market domination, Toyota took a multi-pronged approach to not only keep its options open but also ensure that whichever form of zero-emission method prevails, Toyota will be relevant nonetheless.
Toyota’s two new prototypes, the FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) Hilux pickup and Corolla Cross H2, could be pivotal in defining Toyota’s direction in regard to zero-emission vehicles.
How Does A Hydrogen FCEV Work?
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles work using electricity and hydrogen, but how are they different from battery-powered EVs (BEVs)?
For a start, hydrogen-powered cars get their electricity from a hydrogen fuel cell instead of getting power from a battery. The fuel cell produces electricity from an electrochemical reaction that happens when the H2 gas mixes with oxygen (O2),…
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