According to the latest car news, Toyota has introduced its all-new Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017, drawing up a visual image of a new form of the Toyota premium sedan powered by fuel cells.
Toyota has introduced its all-new Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017
For starters, the new model measures 4,830 mm in length, 1,950 mm in width and 1,650mm in height, which is 116 mm wider and 210 mm taller than a D-segment saloon of the brand, the Toyota Camry for example.
The Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept boasts a diamond-shaped body, along with a 3,450 mm wheelbase and in-wheel motors, providing a capability of housing up to 6 passengers as well as enhancing aerodynamic performance. Meanwhile, the underbody covers significantly help lower noise and boost high-speed stability.
The Fine-Comfort Ride Concept boasts a diamond-shaped body
Getting inside, designers have brought the new model a “wearing comfort”, providing passengers more spaces for their in-car movements. The Fine-Comfort Ride offers smart pews which can be turned around or adjusted to fit the passengers' posture. Another interior refinement is an AI Agent displayed on the touchscreen in the side windows, which are organized in accordance with the driver and occupants’ seating positions.
The Fine-Comfort Ride offers smart pews which can be turned around or adjusted to fit the passengers' posture
The engine, of course, is the highlight of the Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept. It is powered by a hydrogen powertrain which uses a cluster of fuel cells at the front and a hydrogen cylindrical tank on the floor. Speaking of driving range, the Japanese carmaker informs that the Fine-Comfort Ride Concept is able of offer a 1,000-km range, almost double the Toyota Mirai’s, with 3 minutes of refueling.
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