Toyota FCV Concept to Make North American Debut
Vehicles that run off hydrogen and whose only emissions are a little bit of water seem like science fiction, but if you’ve been following the automotive industry in the last year, you would know that they are very much a reality. Toyota has announced that it will take its next step toward getting these vehicles on the road, as the Japanese automaker has set the North American debut of the Toyota FCV Concept at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
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According to Toyota’s press release, “The reveal will feature the North America debut of the concept vehicle as well as an introduction to the fuel cell ‘test mule’, which logged thousands of miles during rigorous quality and durability testing on U.S. roadways. Toyota’s news conference will be held Monday, January 6 at 1:00 PM at the Mandalay Bay Conference Center.”
The production model of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is expected to be available in 2015, and the 2014 CES will be the first opportunity for many to get a look at the future of automotive technology.
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