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Toyota premieres fuel cell car

TOYOTA will unveil a range of concept cars at next week's Tokyo Motor Show showing the latest developments in fuel cell vehicles, hybrids and personal mobility. The company says it will demonstrate how advanced technology can help protect the environment without compromising performance.


The Fine-N (pictured above) uses a compact hydrogen fuel cell, achieved by storing the compressed hydrogen at higher pressure, and with 'by-wire' steering, braking and throttle which means the steering wheel and pedals can be positioned to suit the preferences of any driver.

It has more interior space than a Toyota Camry with a body about the size of a Corolla. Each wheel is equipped with its own 25kW motor and it has a range of 312 miles.

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