On April 19, Toyota launched Project Portal, which replaces diesel “dray” trucks at the Port of Los Angeles with special 670-horsepower Kenworth T-660s sporting not one but two fuel cells from the company’s Mirai.
The vehicles will soon be delivered to customers in London and Copenhagen.
Hawaii set a goal of using 100-percent clean energy by 2045.
Fuel-cell cars are becoming the affordable choice, and low lease prices are combining with incentives to offset purchase and a host of perks--such as free fuel.
The Mirai cars will be added to Brunel, a London-based ride-hailing business.
Toyota is using an adapted Toyota Fuel Cell System (TFCS) system—as seen in the Mirai car—for a new fleet of buses that will be sold in Japan beginning early next year.
The company dropped the Mirai’s lease price by $150 a month.
The drive demonstrated California's progress with its network of hydrogen fueling stations.
Building awareness is exactly what Toyota is now doing in Australia, where there’s currently no hydrogen infrastructure, but a great deal of interest in the Mirai—which is now on the road in Japan, the U.S., U.K., Germany, Denmark, Belgium and Norway. Building awareness is exactly what Toyota is now doing in...