The Toyota Strategy for Environmental Technologies

August 24th, 2015 by

Environmental Technologies

Some companies like to talk a big game when it comes to eco-friendly innovation, but Toyota is really working hard to implement some of its strategies for environmental technologies. By taking various measures with issues surrounding cars and mobility, Toyota is hoping to make the world more eco-friendly, one design at a time.

According to Toyota, the Toyota Strategy for Environmental Technologies contains several concepts for oil alternatives and reduced emissions. These include things such as electric vehicles (EVs), positive crankcase ventilation (PCV), and even fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).

Aside from passenger vehicles, Toyota is implementing some of these innovative systems in an array of cars and mobility projects. For example, the unique i-Road vehicle is a one-person car designed to save on space and materials, without sacrificing speed or safety. The company also makes a small delivery car that is one of the most practical designs in the industry.

Toyota is always thinking bigger. That’s why the automaker is looking to revolutionize mobility and transportation with fuel cell systems in route buses, delivery trucks, and HD trucks. With buses and trucks that run on clean and safe hydrogen, real systemic change isn’t just a pipe dream anymore.

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