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Toyota Moves Closer to Production with Next Generation Fuel Cell Electric Technology for Zero-Emissions Heavy Duty Trucks

Toyota Moves Closer to Production with Next Generation Fuel Cell Electric Technology for Zero-Emissions Heavy Duty Trucks

PLANO, Texas (December 10, 2020) – Toyota’s next generation fuel cell electric technology is now powering a new set of Class 8 heavy-duty trucks. Using the same fuel cell system as the all-new 2021 Mirai sedan that goes on sale this month, the engineers at Toyota Motor North America Research and Development have developed a set of production-intent prototype trucks that are being prepared to run drayage routes at the ports of L.A. and Long Beach to validate their performance, efficiency and drivability.

First Heavy Duty Fuel Cell Electric Trucks Set for Delivery to Pilot Program Customers at Ports of L.A. and Long Beach

First Heavy Duty Fuel Cell Electric Trucks Set for Delivery to Pilot Program Customers at Ports of L.A. and Long Beach

PLANO, Texas (Dec 10, 2020) – The future of heavy-duty trucking will arrive at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach this month. The first two fuel cell electric heavy duty Class 8 trucks built under the Zero and Near Zero Emissions Freight Forwarding (ZANZEFF) project sponsored by the state of CA are preparing for delivery to demonstration fleet customers.

Toyota Reaffirms Commitment to U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Dreams

Toyota Reaffirms Commitment to U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Dreams

PLANO, Texas (December 10, 2020) – As a mobility company, Toyota is proud to support Olympic and Paralympic athletes and hopefuls in achieving their goals — because no matter the challenge, when a person is free to move, anything is possible. That’s why Toyota is looking beyond the present and into the future, reaffirming its commitment to the Olympic and Paralympic Movements by extending contracts with six summer National Governing Body (NGB) partners: USA Skateboarding; USA Surfing; USA Swimming; USA Track & Field; USA Triathlon; and the National Wheelchair Basketball Association. In addition, Toyota has extended its relationship with U.S. Masters Swimming.

Toyota Delivers More SEMA Story Content

Toyota Delivers More SEMA Story Content

PLANO, Texas (December 9, 2020) – Even though SEMA360 is in the rearview mirror, Toyota’s SEMA builds continue to build steam. Fans can follow along today with Episode 2 in the series for the GR Supra Sport Top and the TRD Sport Trailer.

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