Mitsubishi Fusco to develop hydrogen trucks

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC) has said that all its new vehicles for the Japanese market will be CO2-neutral by 2039 through the introduction of hydrogen and electric technologies.

As part of Daimler AG, MFTBC believes that truly CO2-neutral transportation will only be realised through either battery-powered electric vehicles or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and will therefore start producing these vehicles later this year.

At the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, MFTBC unveiled the Vision F-CELL, a light-duty fuel cell concept truck. The vehicle has since been further elaborated into the concept eCanter F-CELL, a light-duty truck.

The vehicle has a driving range of up to 300km and a reduced filling time of less than ten minutes.

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