The concept explores the intersection of mobility and resource sharing

While the excessive exterior styling of the Toyota FCV Plus concept is an attention grabber, it's the technology hidden underneath that's even more futuristic. The electrically driven FCV Plus from car manufacturer Toyota gets its current from an onboard hydrogen fuel cell that doubles as a mobile power station. The fuel cell can create electricity to power a home or transfer current back into the grid during periods of high load.

The FCV Plus concept is a decades-ahead look at what the automaker's first production hydrogen vehicle, the Mirai could become. If you are wondering, why hydrogen? There's a few reasons:

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