Japanese automaker Toyota has revealed the highly-awaited second version of the Project Portal, a hydrogen fuel cell truck that is designed to assist commercial transportation operations by offering an unbeatable combination of spaciousness, utility and high range for long journeys.
Dubbed the Project Portal Beta, this particular hydrogen fuel cell truck's motors are capable of churning out over 670 horsepower in addition to 1,325 pounds of torque thanks to the inclusion of 12 kilowatt-hour batteries. But perhaps the most important upgrade with this truck is increased hydrogen storage capacity, which enables significant increase in range.
Ultimately, fuel cell trucks will only be widely adopted into commercial transportation applications if they offer high range options, and that's exactly what the Project Portal Beta aims to offer.
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