At the Tokio Motor Show Toyota will present an concept of future fuell cell electric vehicle which could be also seen as successor of Toyota's hydrogen fuell cell sedan Mirai or perhaps even a new FCEV model.

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The hydrogen fuell cell vehicle of the future is comming in the shape of the six-seater minivan with a coisy name Fine-Comfort Ride, which Toyota adverts as a "premium saloon". Inside you can really see very luxuriously arranged kabin with a big sofa at the back and four arm-chaired seats which can swivel arround to make the ride in autnomous mode very comfortable. The outside window, beside their original role to allow occupants to see arround, can also serve as tuch displays to connect passangers with world wide web.

Toyota says that hydrogen fuell cells will be able to produce enough electricity from hydrogen stored on board, to allow four in-hub motors - one for each wheel - to drive Fine-Comfort Ride to a distances up to 1,000 kilometers.

Oct. 21, 2017 Driving photo: Toyota

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