Why Toyota Still Believes in Hydrogen
Toyota has been a big believer in hydrogen. It is now selling the second-generation Mirai, a fuel-cell electric vehicle that uses compressed hydrogen gas in a tank to power a fuel cell, which powers an electric motor. But why does Toyota still believe in hydrogen? Let's find out.
Toyota's Stance on Electric Vehicles – Hero or Villain?
Toyota is one of the pioneers of electrification, having helped to introduce hybrid technology. However, it has drawn criticism in recent years for its slow progress on fully-electric vehicles.
Toyota Mirai: The Future Of Hydrogen EVs
Mirai is a Japanese word that means “future.” It is also the name of Toyota’s forward-thinking mid-size hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV) and it is one of the first mass produced hydrogen-powered electric cars on the market. But, where does hydrogen fit into the scheme of things?