2018 Toyota FCV R Concept

2018 Toyota FCV R Concept


2018 Toyota FCV R Concept - The Toyota FCHV is currently a hybrid hydrogen vehicle fuel cell program for development, which was leased to a number of drivers in the United States and Japan beginning in 2002.

"FCHV" stands for "fuel cell hybrid vehicle". There have been a number of prototypes, until the last FCHV-adv ("Advanced"). Design FCHV based on first generation Highlander SUV, although the version of the bus is also under development. Power train consists of 90 kW compressed fuel cell batteries on-board hydrogen tanks and nickel metal hydride in parallel. Batteries and fuel cells can provide power to 90 kW motor drive together or separately. This mechanism is very similar to the Toyota Prius Hybrid Synergy Drive and Toyota Auris HSD replace internal combustion gasoline engine fuel cells, to reduce to the minimum the emissions of GHG at the point of use.

2018 Toyota FCV R Concept


At low speeds FCHV could run with single battery, with a range of 50 kilometers (31 miles). [2] for high performance, as when accelerating from rest, the cells of fuel and battery power supply together. The battery can recharge by regenerative braking, improve overall efficiency. There are currently five generations of the FCHV, beginning with the first prototypes FCHV-1 (1997) and FCHV-2 (1999). FCHV-3 presented at the "International Symposium on fuel cell vehicles" in March 2001 in Tokyo and the FCHV-4 was the first in production version, although Toyota has not planned to launch hydrogen fuel cell vehicles commercially until approximately 2015.

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Toyota said it was still in the field to launch production hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in 2015, and the first has been updated with the concept of fuel cell FCV-R for the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show to publicise the fact.

2018 Toyota FCV R Concept


Because the debut of concept in 2011, FCV-R configuration has changed, reflecting the take of new Toyota cars on survival, confirmed that the R-FCV is a new development in the Hybrid Synergy Drive technology.

Toyota has focused on optimizing the car fuel cell stack slot, allowing you to be a kind of space usually for internal combustion engines. Here, it can serve as the main source of electricity of the hybrid powertrain, using "the same electrical components" as existing Toyota Hybrid.

Fuel cell stack has increased energy efficiency, now in 3 kW per liter. This allows Toyota to reduce the amount of space required for the hydrogen tank of high pressure, with only two of the original four necessary now. Two tanks and the fuel cell is located under the floor of the vehicle, without impact on the trunk or cabin space.

2018 Toyota FCV R Concept


As part of Hybrid Synergy Drive the company, Toyota also said that it has made great strides in reducing costs, improve reliability and durability of vehicles of hydrogen before starting up of automobile production in 2015. Toyota expects hydrogen fuel cell cars to grow to the level of the mass-market in the 2020s - as well as rival Nissan have made with leaves, Toyota hopes to get a jump on its competitors in the market of hydrogen.


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