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Toyota Fine-X

Toyota Fine-X

Toyota Fine-X
Make Toyota
Model Fine-X
Concept year 2005
Production year -
Engine Hydrogen fuel cell

The Toyota Fine-X concept was an advanced compact concept car unveiled at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. It featured a zero-emission hydrogen fuel-cell hybrid drivetrain, which was located underneath the passenger compartment to free up interior space at the front and rear of the vehicle.

Power was sent to all four wheels via four independent electric motors. The Fine-X also featured a clever four wheel steering system for added maneuverability. It was even agile enough to rotate about its own axis.

Access to the Toyota Fine-X was through expansive gull-wing doors which ran the length of the passenger compartment. The front seats swiveled outward to make entry and exit even easier. Although you'd look like a bit of a tool, sitting their waiting patiently while you're slowly spun out onto the roadside!

Inside, the Toyota Fine-X featured seating for four, a detailed digital dashboard, and a futuristic yoke-style steering wheel.

The Toyota Fine-X concept was constructed using organic, plant-based materials where possible to further improve its green credentials.

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