Toyota FCV Plus, the vehicle that shares power with the community


The Toyota FCV Plus is able to generate and share their energy

Toyota FCV Plus is the new bet for a future in which urban mobility is based on the technology of hydrogen fuel cells. After releasing to the market the Toyota Mirai, the first car manufactured in series powered by hydrogen, the manufacturer proceeds with the investigation of this alternative energy by offering new solutions without contamination.

The prototype of the Toyota design is very avant-garde that is also purely functional. Compact body (3.8 meters long), it is suitable for use in the city. But that does not fool us the external measurements as your platform has a distance between axes of three meters, which gives an interior space worthy of a large sedan in the segment F.

Is because that just has overhangs as the wheels are in the corners of the bodywork, the rear almost hidden. The drive system has been divided between the fuel cell stack in the front axle and the hydrogen tank in the rear axle. Each wheel has a small electric motor enough to move with ease to the vehicle occupying very little space.


This vehicle hydrogen will be part of the city by serving as a generator of energy for the community

Its four occupants will enjoy the city thanks to the large glass area that gives a greater sense of freedom. go away completely, the instrumentation of the dashboard, in its place we will find all the information projected on the windshield mode Head Up Display. The passenger seat folds down easily to allow access to the squares later.

in Addition to its unusual interior space, the other key feature of this prototype is the ability to generate energy and share it while it is parked. Through the transfer of electricity electromagnetic induction you can recharge the batteries in other electric vehicles, as well as to power a home. A sufficient number of vehicles could operate a complete building.

Toyota speaks of a vehicle that is integrates with the city itself, being a useful part for this even when it is not being used for its primary purpose: to transport people. In the future the vehicles will not only generate your own energy but you will be able to share it with everyone.


despite its compact size, has a cabin as spacious as that of a saloon