Although hydrogen fuel cells are arguably most appropriate for larger vehicles such as the Sora bus, Toyota hasn't given up on developing the technology for passenger cars.
The latest result of that work is the strangely-named Fine-Comfort Ride concept. Scheduled to appear at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, it offers an inkling of what a future HFC-equipped premium saloon might look like.
Packaging is one aspect that clearly benefits. In particular, using in-wheel electric drive motors has permitted a spacious cabin that can accommodate up to six people. Sliding rear doors and a lack of B-pillars should allow easy access, too.
While specification details are sparse, Toyota reckons that the Fine-Comfort Ride would have a cruising range of more than 600 miles (approximately 965 kilometres).
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