Toyota will increase production of cars on fuel cells by 10 timesNovember 3, 2020
For the first time, mass production of such cars began in 2014. Now it is time for the Japanese to build up volumes.
Toyota plans to ramp up production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. At the moment, about 3,000 of these cars are assembled a year.
The growth will turn out to be very significant – the company plans to bring the volume up to 30,000 cars per year. This decision is associated with the development of infrastructure for such machines, as well as the increased interest in them. The press service of the brand shared information that, first of all, they will increase the production of commercial vehicles on hydrogen cells – we are talking mainly about buses.
Recall that the mass production of hydrogen-powered Toyota began in 2014 – then many were skeptical about the project, but after years the Japanese brand made them believe in its success.
Meanwhile, the hydrogen-powered 2021 Toyota Mirai has been declassified before the official premiere. Toyota will present its new product in December this year. Technical details are kept secret, but you can already take a look at the car.
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