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Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Emitting nothing but water from the tailpipe, our pioneering hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles have the potential to revolutionise the way we drive. After introducing the world’s first production hydrogen powered car in 2014, we’re taking emissions fuel cell technology to new heights with the second generation Mirai, a vision for cleaner mobility that’s on the road today.

The Next Step in Zero Harmful Tailpipe Emission Driving

Instead of being powered by electricity stored in a battery, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles produce their electricity through a chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen in a fuel cell stack. Refuelling their hydrogen tanks from a pump takes less than five minutes, and once on the road, you’ll enjoy smooth zero harmful tailpipe emission journeys.


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The Mirai pushes the boundaries of hydrogen power. With an impressive driving range, it offers exceptional performance.

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Clean, Safe Energy

Hydrogen is clean, safe and all around us. It’s so common it makes up 70% of matter in the universe. This allows hydrogen to be locally sourced and, if made with renewable energy, it can be completely carbon free.

The hydrogen refuelling network is growing every year. Refuelling is safe, easy and as familiar as it is in a conventional car.

The Hydrogen Society

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric vehicles like the Mirai are just the start for hydrogen power. As a viable alternative to fossil fuels, hydrogen not only has the potential to cut global emissions in public and commercial transportation, it’s already moving us towards a society that’s entirely hydrogen based.

From fork lift and heavy duty trucks to the Caetanobus and Energy Observer ship, Toyota fuel cell technology is already making a difference on land and sea. Next year we aim to power an entire community. Toyota’s Woven City, a prototype city at the base of Mount Fuji, will offer a fully connected ecosystem powered solely by hydrogen fuel cells.

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Hydrogen FAQS

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and can be found in almost anything. It exists naturally in nearly all living things and is a colourless, odourless non-toxic gas which can be stored indefinitely without energy loss.

It is viewed as an industrial commodity, so is readily available from a variety of natural sources.

Hydrogen has been used in industry for many years as a source of fuel for buses, forklift trucks, boats and even rockets.

Fuel cell vehicles emit approximately the same amount of water vapour per mile as petrol powered cars.