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Airless tires could help Toyota make lighter electric cars

Airless tires could boost performance and cut down the weight of electric cars - and Toyota is interested. The automaker recently unveiled the hydrogen-powered Fine-Comfort Ride concept car fitted with the tires at the Tokyo Motor Show. Show More Summary

Hydrogen-powered Fine-Comfort Ride concept is Toyota's vison for long-range luxury video - Roadshow

4 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

The aptly-named concept debuts at the Tokyo Motor Show, promising fuel-cell power, a spacious cabin and an AI "agent" that befriends its passengers.

Toyota Reveals Fine-Comfort Ride Concept

Toyota has taken the cover off its Fine-Comfort Ride concept before next week's Tokyo Motor Show Read more

Aston Martin Vanquish, Nissan electric SUV, Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride: Car News Headlines

The first prototypes for Aston Martin’s next-generation Vanquish have been spotted. So far the car resembles the DB11 grand tourer, albeit with loads of extra aggression. Nissan will present a concept at next week’s 2017 Tokyo Motor Show that likely previews a new electric SUV. Judging by a teaser, it appears the SUV will be related to...

Toyota reveals fuel-cell concepts for Tokyo

last monthVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Toyota has revealed a pair of hydrogen fuel-cell concepts for the Tokyo motor show – the aptly-named Fine-Comfort Ride concept and the Sora bus concept. Following the announcement of the Concept-i family of autonomous electric vehicles earlier this week, these two new vehicles focus more on Toyota’s expertise in fuel-cell technology. Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride concept Pitched […]

Toyota Sticks With Hydrogen for ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ Concept Vehicle

Still glued to hydrogen as the fuel of the future, Toyota will unveil a new fuel cell concept at the Tokyo Motor Show that could be summarized as a mobile lounge. Existing somewhere between a crossover and minivan, the “Fine Comfort-Ride” concept vehicle underscores a more roomy and relaxing automotive future. Show More Summary

Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride previews a more luxurious, hydrogen-powered future - Roadshow

last monthVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

With its silent hydrogen fuel cell powertrain and spacious and flexible cabin, Toyota's latest Tokyo Motor Show concept should be a fine and comfortable ride.

Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility

Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it’s a fuel cell vehicle that’s designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about 3 minutes total. The concept looks like an aggressively future-styled minivan, though it’s billed as a “premium saloon,” and it’s got… Read More

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