Toyota Fine-Comport Ride
The Toyota Fine Comfort Ride Concept has a somewhat futuristic design with a flexible layout like many of the latest electric-powered vehicles. The concept’s wheels are pushed to the extreme corners of the model to attain high stability. In terms of dimensions, the concept is 4,830 mm long, 1.950 mm wide and has a height of 1,650 mm. It has a wheelbase of 3,450 mm. In addition, the model comes with in-wheel motors; this has made it possible for the engineers to hook up the underside with a protective cover that enhances the quietness of the model, an important feature for a premium sedan. The shape of the model also enhances its aerodynamics.
As revealed earlier, the concept derives its power from a hydrogen fuel-cell. The fuel stack is mounted at the front of the concept while hydrogen tanks are mounted underneath the floor. According to Toyota, the powertrain produces 416 hp and Toyota claims a range of 620 miles when the hydrogen tanks are full. The tanks can be refueled in only three minutes.
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