Hail Hydrogen Power

Nagpal, Gaurav
December 2013
Car India;Dec2013, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on the fuel cell vehicle (FCV) concept of automaker Toyota Motor Corp. in its marketing sector. Topics discussed include Toyota automobile design, FCV parts, automobile aerodynamic profile, and other FCV exterior and interior features. The upgrade and replacement of the some parts of the other Toyota automobiles are also noted.


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