One year to go: Toyota unveils Tokyo 2020 zero emission transport

This time next year the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Summer Games will be underway, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) is hoping to leave a hydrogen society as its legacy.

Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe declared in 2016, “The 1964 Tokyo Olympics left the Shinkansen high-speed train system as its legacy. The upcoming Olympics will leave a hydrogen society as its legacy.”

Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota shares this hydrogen society vision and has unveiled the various mobility it will bring to the Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.

Toyota’s three main pillars for Tokyo 2020 centre on:

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