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The Next Generation: Toyota's Fuel Cell Technology

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Toyota’s vehicles have long been on the cutting edge of sustainability. With the introduction of the Prius Hybrid in 1990, Toyota completely revolutionized the way that the world drives. Now, Toyota is gearing up to debut the next step in sustainable transportation. The Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle runs entirely on hydrogen fuel, and this eco-smart vehicle also generates zero emissions that are harmful to the environment. Let’s take a closer look at the incredible features of this future Toyota model.

Fuel Cell Stack Performance
The Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle relies on a state-of-the-art fuel cell stack to power its engine. This fuel cell stack produces a chemical reaction between hydrogen and water. As the reaction takes place, energy is created. This energy travels from the fuel cell stack to the powertrain, where it is transformed into fuel from the engine. One of the most incredible features of the Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle is that the process generates zero tailpipe emissions. By completely eliminating emissions, Toyota is helping to ensure a sustainable driving future for the planet.

Driving Range and Refueling
Much like a conventional vehicle, the Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle must be refueled once its hydrogen has been used up to a certain point. In the developmental stages of the vehicle, Toyota’s engineers found that it could travel up to 300 miles on a single tank of hydrogen. Once the Fuel Cell Vehicle makes its debut, it can be refueled at hydrogen fueling stations that are being set up across the country.

For more information about all of the amazing upcoming vehicles in the Toyota lineup, contact Jerry’s Toyota. We proudly provide our Baltimore customers with an extensive lineup of the latest Toyota models, and we will be thrilled to help you drive home in the Toyota of your dreams. To set up a test drive, call us today at (410) 661-5700. 


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