2016 Toyota FCV Plus is for you if you like cars as depicted in the sci-fi movies. Its appearance and feel is very futuristic and you doubt if FCV Plus is really a car. The Japanese carmaker has put in effort in its design and that is why it looks very different from what you may have seen until now. Toyota’s FCV Plus, if it goes into production, will have BMW’s FCV (to be manufactured post 2020) as its competitor.
Toyota FCV Plus 2016
Exterior and interior details of 2016 Toyota FCV Plus
FCV Plus is 150’’ long, 69’’ wide, and 61’’ high with a wheelbase measuring 118’’. The first thought that crosses the mind when you see the car is compactness. There is no overhang or any other embellishment for the sake of making it look beautiful. FCV Plus is basically a vehicle for transportation. Still, some of the cool features are the 2 air ducts in the front, which have a mesh design. The windshield is large and wide; it extends far in the front giving the hood a little area and rises high to form the roof. A single panel separates the window, which looks as though it is an extension of the windshield. The bluish tinge all over suits the exterior nicely. The front wheels are illuminated but the rear ones are more than half way covered.
Toyota FCV Plus 2016 – Interior
The cabin is spacious chiefly because there is no steering wheel. The console presents screens, which help navigate as well as perform other vital functions related to driving. Apart from the driver’s seat, there is accommodation for 3 passengers.
Engine and Mileage of 2016 Toyota FCV Plus
Toyota FCV Plus 2016 – Side View
Toyota is an auto manufacturer from Japan. It has always supported the concept of clean and green fuel. However, with FCV, it has gone a step farther. FCV’s drivetrain not only uses clean energy it is also an energy producer. The car can generate electricity from extra reserve of hydrogen, which can be used for powering equipment at home and elsewhere. The position of the fuel cell block in the space between front tires and placement of the hydrogen tank at the back of the rear seat distributes the weight and gives FCV Plus perfect balance. Each of the 4 tires has an in-wheel motor.
Price and release date of 2016 Toyota FCV Plus
Toyota FCV Plus 2016 – Rear View
No details regarding price or release date is available. However, it is widely believed that FCV Plus will arrive only after 2020.
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