Continuous power supply for 72 hours: Toyota develops new hydrogen-powered vehicles

In the field of hydrogen fuel cells, Toyota is regarded as the recognized "big brother." It's just that in countries around the world, hydrogen fuel filling is generally not convenient. Its hydrogen-fueled car Mirai can only be "lonely alone", and few people try it.

However, hydrogen fuel cells are extremely versatile. In addition to being mounted on passenger cars, they can also play a role in more scenarios, such as as generator cars.

Recently, according to foreign media reports, Toyota Motor and Nihon Electric Co., Ltd. have developed a fuel cell power vehicle powered by hydrogen that can provide electricity in disaster areas, outdoor concerts and other occasions that lack power support.

The current traditional fuel power generation, in addition to the huge operating noise, also generates a lot of harmful emissions. For areas with higher requirements for the surrounding environment, such a fuel-powered vehicle is obviously difficult to meet the demand for use.

Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell power generation vehicle only emits clean water. And when running, there is almost no noise, very quiet and environmentally friendly.

It is reported that this fuel cell power vehicle jointly built by Toyota and electric friends is based on the Toyota Dyna light truck model, and its fuel cell system is consistent with Toyota Mirai.

The fuel cell power supply equipment used in this model was developed by Dianyou. One car can carry approximately 63 kg of hydrogen, which are stored in 27 hydrogen storage tanks. The batteries can be used for 72 hours of continuous power generation. Power demand.

In fact, compared with electric vehicles, although hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are not popular enough, they still receive attention from many countries and regions. Because everyone generally believes that hydrogen fuel is more like the energy of the future.

At present, major car companies and R&D institutions are also beginning to make efforts in the field of hydrogen fuel cells, hoping to take advantage of the future hydrogen fuel cell competition.