2023 Toyota HILUX Hydrogen Concept – Toyota HILUX Fuel Cell
The Toyota Hilux is electrifying. work on a prototype with a fuel cell drive has begun in the United Kingdom. The hydrogen-powered pick-up, which combines locally emission-free drive with unrestricted performance and a long range, could go into small series after successful testing. As a result, Toyota is paving the way for greater sustainability in the commercial vehicle market.
The development of the pick-up is being handled by a newly formed consortium, led by Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK Ltd. (TMUK). The Toyota Mirai already uses second-generation fuel cells. The first prototypes will be produced at Toyota’s Burnaston plant as early as 2023.
2023 Toyota HILUX – interior, exterior and off-road / Toyota HILUX 2023
Toyota’s refreshed HiLux Rogue flagship pick-up will hit local dealerships with significant mechanical upgrades that improve both on- and off-road performance.
The upgraded HiLux Rogue will start at $70,200 Australian Dollar plus on-road costs, implying that the upgraded suspension, brakes, and body enhancements will be available to customers at no additional cost.
The suspension modifications to the Rogue revolve around a 140mm increase in front and rear track, as well as a 20mm increase in ride height. Toyota engineers improved the HiLux suspension by lengthening the front suspension arm and front stabilizer bar and adjusting the front damper angle to improve efficiency.
Kia unveils upgraded Sportage with diesel mild-hybrid powertrain, new technologies and fresh design
– Updated interior and exterior design for European and global best-seller
– Revised powertrain line-up includes EcoDynamics+ 2.0-litre diesel mild-hybrid and efficient new 1.6-litre ‘U3’ diesel
– EcoDynamics+ powertrain reduces CO2 emissions by up to 4% under WLTP
– New technologies include upgraded infotainment and active driver aids
– On-sale in Europe during Q3 2018