Cars Toyota announces development of fuel cell modules
Toyota Mirai 2021 UK review
First hydrogen-fuelled production car gains a better powertrain and suave stylingThe nice thing is that if you don’t plug it in overnight and it’s cold, you will still see 400 miles. Although I imagine you would still want to live or work near one of the UK’s dozen or so hydrogen filling stations.
Toyota has developed a compact fuel cell module based on the Mirai. The four variants are versatile.Toyota has developed a fuel cell module that is based on the Mirai system and is said to be compatible with various vehicle types. Toyota plans to sell the modules to manufacturers of fuel cell products in spring 2021, the Japanese manufacturer announced They are suitable for trucks, buses, trains, ships and stationary generators, among other things.
“Demand has increased”
“Because measures for hydrogen have been introduced in all regions in recent years and many companies have entered the market, the demand for technologies for hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles has increased,” writes Toyota.
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In December, Toyota announced the pre-sale start of the revisedCompact module in four versions . The new module is based on optimized components from the Mirai.
components for air and hydrogen supply, cooling and power control are connected in a compact way. The module has a voltage range of 400 to 750 volts and weighs 240 or 250 kilos, depending on the variant.
The four versions include a horizontal and a vertical version, each with 60 or 80 kilowatts of power. The variants can be combined depending on the application.
New Toyota Highlander 2021 review .
The 2021 Highlander is Toyota’s flagship hybrid, with efficiency to match diesel SUVs, seven seats and a focus on easygoing comfort.The thing is, not everyone needs to clamber over rocks or ford raging rivers. For most of us, especially in the UK, the go-anywhere ability of the Land Cruiser feels like overkill. Like signing up Bear Grylls to run a health and safety course.