JAPAN: Toyota FCEV vehicle will have CO2 air conditioning
Toyotas first fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) model will include the latest weight reduction and carbon dioxide air conditioning technology when introduced in 2003. And as much of the new technology as possible will also be shared with conventional petrol models. The fuel cell vehicle will have secondary batteries and be built on the same front wheel drive platform as the Toyota Windom (Lexus ES300) and Kluger models sold in Japan. It will sell for less than 10 million yen (about $US81,000).
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