Toyota announced Thursday that it will build the world’s first megawatt-scale hydrogen power station at the Port of Long Beach, along with a fueling station that generates hydrogen from 100 percent renewable sources.
Toyota Motor Corp. unveiled its rugged new FT-AC Concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday.
Project Portal, the hydrogen fuel-cell electric truck Toyota introduced in April, will hit the streets after almost six months of fine-turning.
Trucks and SUVs scored better than the industry average in a new study on traffic fatalities, but some struggled as driver deaths rose in 2015.
Toyota’s launch of a heavy-duty, hydrogen fuel-cell truck project at the Port of Los Angeles has been greeted with cheers from environmentalists but raised eyebrows from wary commercial trucking industry representatives.
Watch a Trucks.com exclusive video of Toyota breathing life into "Project Portal," its top-secret hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty truck.
Toyota North America starts testing “Project Portal” hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty truck in a secret project to make an economic case for zero-emission fuel cell technology in Class 8 commercial trucks.
If Toyota Motor Co. is successful in using its “Project Portal” to build a competitive Class 8 fuel cell truck, it could look at smaller delivery and work trucks next. And there’s a hydrogen pickup in the mix as well.
Although fuel cells were first developed a century ago, Toyota has developed a powerful new system for “Project Portal,” a zero-emission Class 8 truck. Here’s how it works.
Toyota Motor Co. is testing “Project Portal,” a prototype Class 8 fuel cell electric truck, but it also needs to promote development of hydrogen fueling stations to make commercialization possible.