Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

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Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

Pickup truck Toyota Hilux H2 equipped with an electric motor and fuel cells. The supply of hydrogen in cylinders is enough for 647 km.

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Official photos of Toyota Hilux H2 have been published. The first experimental batch of such hydrogen pickups will be released in 2023. This is reported by the website of the Japanese brand.

Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

The Toyota Hilux H2 prototype is being created to test hydrogen technology. They are working on it in the British division of Toyota. The project received funding from the UK government in the amount of 11.3 million pounds ($13.8 million). Ricardo, ETL, D2H and Thatcham Research also joined the development of the car.

Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

Toyota showed a non-standard electric pickup truck with factory LPG (video)

In appearance, this is a regular Toyota Hilux 2022 frame pickup truck with a four-seater Xtra Cab. The main changes took place inside.

The car received a power plant from Toyota Mirai – instead of a turbodiesel, a 185-horsepower electric motor is now installed. There is no battery – it is replaced by fuel cells that generate electricity by reacting hydrogen. It is stored in three large cylinders under the bottom of the pickup truck and the fuel supply is enough to drive 647 km. Car exhaust contains only water vapour.