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.
Leading up to the 2013 International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Toyota gives us a peek at its hybrid hot hatchback concept.
Word is that BMW plans to share its carbon fiber technology with Toyota, which will, in turn, will let BMW in on its fuel cell power train.
The two automakers ended talks about collaborating on fuel cell research, which frees BMW to partner with Toyota.
2012 BMW 328i turns a corner. Then it's a new Ferrari, a new BMW M car, a new Nissan, and a new Fiat. Meanwhile, Land Rover makes the Evoque go topless. These cars and more in our Geneva auto show preview.
Covered in LED-embedded mats and outfitted with cameras, an "invisible" fuel cell vehicle toured the streets of Germany to spread the gospel about Mercedes-Benz's hydrogen-powered car.
Though Japan suffered an earthquake and tsunami last year, devastating its automotive business, the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show is an example of the country bouncing back, with new concepts and tech initiatives highlighting the auto industry's resurgence.