Yamaha to develop a five-litre V8 high-performance hydrogen internal combustion engine for Toyota

As the world turns towards hydrogen solutions for the mobility market, Yamaha has revealed plans to develop a V8 high-performance hydrogen engine in which to support carbon-neutrality targets.

Being commissioned by Toyota Motor Corporation, the partnership will look to develop a five-litre hydrogen internal combustion engine that can then be used within multiple vehicles in Japan.

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