Here’s What You Need To Know About Toyota’s Hydrogen-Electric Semi Truck
Toyota has partnered with Kenilworth to develop a fuel-cell electric freight truck capable of 300 miles of range and zero emissions. The truck, which was developed as part of a zero-emissions policy benefiting the Port of L.A. and its surrounding areas, builds upon Toyota’s emergent fuel cell stack. The technology was primarily developed for Toyota’s Mirai sedan and is projected to power other vehicles such as trains, heavy equipment, and boats.
Toyota includes innovative features with its hydrogen system, including a catalytic filter that removes pollutants during the intake of air. Along with its implementation in vehicles such as the Mirai and semi-trucks, Toyota will promote sell this technology to other companies.
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