Toyota's fuel cell vehicles expand to include food trucks and mobile offices
【Summary】Toyota is expanding its fuel cell vehicle offering by developing hydrogen-powered food trucks, mobile offices, and garbage trucks. The company aims to leverage the lack of tailpipe emissions and the electricity generated by FCVs to promote the use of hydrogen as a decarbonization option.
Toyota has been actively working on the development of fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) that are powered by hydrogen. These vehicles include not only commercial options like buses and trucks, but also food trucks, mobile office vans, and garbage trucks.
One of the advantages of FCVs is that they produce no tailpipe emissions. Additionally, they generate electricity that can be utilized for various purposes other than just powering the vehicles. Toyota is keen on taking advantage of these characteristics to promote the use of hydrogen.
The carmaker believes that hydrogen has the potential to play a significant role in decarbonization efforts. By offering a range of FCVs and exploring different ways to utilize them, Toyota aims to popularize the use of hydrogen as a viable option for reducing carbon emissions.
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