TOYOTA FCHV-adv

TOYOTA FCHV-adv

In December 2002, Toyota began limited leasing of the TOYOTA FCHV, the first-ever market-ready fuel cell vehicle, in Japan and the U.S. In June 2005, the TOYOTA FCHV became the first fuel-cell vehicle in Japan to acquire vehicle type certification under the amended Road Vehicles Act. In September 2008, TOYOTA began limited leasing of the TOYOTA FCHV-adv, with an enhanced fuel cell system.

SPECIFICATIONS

Company  Toyota Motor Corporation
Vehicle TOYOTA FCHV-adv
Year Shown June 2008
Size(L×W×H) 4,735x1,815x1,685mm
Weight 1,880kg
Passengers capacity 5 passengers
Performance Max. speed 155km/h
Range 830km(Japanese 10-15 mode)/760km(JC08 mode)
Motor Type Permanent magnet
Max. power 90kW(122PS)
Max. torque 260N-m (26.5kg-m)
Fuel cell name TOYOTA FC Stack
Type Polymer electrolyte fuel cell(PEFC)
Max.output 90kW
Fuel Type Compressed hydrogen gas
Storage High pressure hydrogen tank (70MPa)
Secondary battery Nickel - metal hydride battery
Brochure of this vehicle (JPG)
 

TOYOTA FCHV

TOYOTA FCHV

SPECIFICATIONS

Company  Toyota Motor Corporation
Vehicle TOYOTA FCHV
Year Shown December 2002
Size(L×W×H) 4,735x1,815x1,685mm
Weight 1,880kg
Passengers capacity 5 passengers
Performance Max. speed 155km/h
Range 330km(Japanese 10-15 mode)
Motor Type Permanent magnet
Max. power 90kW(109PS)
Max. torque 260N-m (26.5kg-m)
Fuel cell name TOYOTA FC Stack
Type Polymer electrolyte fuel cell(PEFC)
Max.output 90kW
Fuel Type Compressed hydrogen gas
Storage High pressure hydrogen tank (35MPa)
Secondary battery Nickel - metal hydride battery
Brochure of this vehicle (JPG)