Toyota revealed the FCV-R at the Tokyo Motor Show late last year.
The vehicle seats four and has a driving range of 430 miles on a full hydrogen fuel tank.
Toyota is testing Highlander hydrogen hybrid vehicles based on Prius technology in the U.S.
The FCV-R is expected to enter production in 2015.
The FCV-R should emit only water vapor as a byproduct.
The interior of the FCV-R looks like it features a more stylized version of Entune.
Beveled taillights give the FCV-R a little style.