We already know that Toyota loves hybrid cars, even if there were no stars to match the hybrid market so far. But Toyota was present at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas the other day, displaying for the first time a concept hydrogen sedan, called H2 Toyota.
Bob Carter, senior vice-president of automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sale, USA, stated that hydrogen cars will become a priority for the Japanese car manufacturer, since “hydrogen works beautifully with oxygen to create water and electricity and nothing more”.
With its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show last autumn, the H2 Toyota made its first steps at the CES today, with the car manufacturer filling rather confident on its hydrogen version.
The debut prototype would come along with a reasonable price which states to have a 300 mile range with a 5 minute refueling time.
Carter also pointed out that the H2 Toyota will have enough energy to power an entire house for one week, as the engineers are constantly working on a device that would supply the extra-power.
The H2 Toyota sedan will be rolling-out in the US, starting with California next year, as the state is the only one in the country having hydrogen stations.