The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently released a first video with the new FCV Concept, in which the model is being shown in motion, on the road.
After it was officially presented to the public during the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, just a week ago, and unveiled ahead of its public debut, the new Toyota FCV Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the company releasing a video which is showing it on the road. The new Toyota FCV Concept is a fuel cell vehicle which has a main purpose of leading the way of hydrogen powered cars, because it only takes 3 minutes to completely refuel it.
The Toyota FCV Concept is getting two 70 MPa high pressure fuel stacks, located beneath the body, a 3 kW / L power output density and a total output of at least 100 kW. The total driving range of the Toyota FCV Concept stands at 500 km (310 miles) and, just like we said above, it only takes three minutes to completely refuel its tank, which is significantly less than the hours needed to recharge the batteries in electric vehicles. And let’s not forget that the only thing emitted by hydrogen powered vehicles is water.