Toyota's FCV Plus concept car not only aims to power itself via hydrogen, but also power your future home when you return at the end of the day. It's an exciting idea, but there's one massive piece of the puzzle missing.
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The Japanese automaker is going all-in on hydrogen, as a fuel source not only for cars, but also for society in general.
Toyota's FCV Plus was built to exist in a world where hydrogen gas creates most of our electricity, and the result is a car that's not just a car, but also a method of powering your home.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show at Detroit, Honda rolled out the next generation of its fuel-cell vehicles called the FCV. Using hydrogen as the vehicle's primary power source, Honda is also investing in the technology across California.
At CES 2014, Toyota will show off its latest Fuel Cell Vehicle concept, a car that converts hydrogen to electricity.
A closer look at Toyota's fuel cell concept vehicle that is expected to enter production in 2015.
Toyota's hydrogen-powered concept car slated for production in 2015 will make its European debut in Geneva.
There's yet to be any significant infrastructure for delivering hydrogen to drivers, but Toyota is pushing ahead with its fuel-cell car.
Suzuki unveils the SX-4-based FCV and the Crosscage at the 2008 Paris Motor Show.