2012 Toyota FCV-R Concept Interior. A centre console-mounted, twin-screen evolution of Toyota Touch Life -recently launched on Toyota iQ- provides easy access to the main infotainment controls. The lower, icon-display touch-screen is designed to control the navigation, audio and air conditioning systems. Located within the driver’s line of sight to minimise distraction time, the upper screen displays the most relevant driver information, including the navigation map and guidance in 3D.
2012 Toyota FCV-R Concept Exterior. The front and rear styling employs a “W” motif, symbolizing the fuel cell cooling system. This creates a sleek, aerodynamically efficient cabin silhouette and a unique road presence.
2012 Toyota FCV-R Concept Engines and Transmissions. Generating zero CO2, NOx or PM and with water vapour the only emission, a fuel cell displays outstanding energy efficiency. In theory, it can convert as much as 83% of hydrogen’s energy into electric power. This is about twice the efficiency possible with current generation petrol and diesel engines.