Concept Future Fine N (Fuel Cell Innovative Emotion – Next Generation)

January 20th, 2010 by By auto # Car, Toyota

Fine-N is a vehicle with a hybrid fuel system that moves based on hydrogen. Fuel to produce electricity from chemical reactions between hydrogen and oxygen – which in principle without generating CO2 emissions or harmful exhaust gas. Eco-car is really a vehicle with electricity as a source of energy, but the Fine-N is more than just environmentally friendly. Able to produce a satisfactory driving performance more than expected. With a deft steering system response, using the control system at each wheel independently, overcoming the limitations of conventional systems.


  • Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle – the Most Advanced
  • Drive-by-wire and in-wheel motors
  • Length: 4.355 x Width: 1.820 x Height: 1.495 (mm)
  • Wheelbase: 3.100 (mm)
  • Seating capacity: 4 persons


Seamless, CABI Airy

With electrical power source and power source located in the bottom layer, which becomes wider cabin normally used for the engine. Long compared to the Corolla, Fine-N is longer, and more cabin room feels quiet compared to Celsior (LS430) or Century, creating a fun ride.

To benefit the drivers biometric authentication

Motorists who have been known previously, detected by a CCD camera. The system will unlock and automatically adjusts the seat position, air conditioning (AC), audio systems and other arrangements as previously programmed by the driver.

Interactive Interface

Instructions for lighting and sound systems. Touch panel and voice systems

New dimensions in drivability

Electronic system that translates the driver’s movements to control front / rear is a separate and individual wheel braking control. Stability is very good to exceptional ability.

Fuel Cell Hybrid System

Energy source under the bottom layer of the vehicle, caused a power source of the Toyota FC Stack, lithium ion batteries and other components that were smaller

In-wheel motors

Each patrol is controlled separately by electric motors. Along with separately by electric motors. Along with a system of drive-by-wire, allowing the wheels are moved simultaneously in each of the four corners of the vehicle

Submit an electronic signal the driver to wheel movement. When there is no mechanical connection, some components can be placed freely

This new technology uses electronic signals to convey the movement of drivers such as driving, braking and acceleration of the wheels. When vehicles do not require a mechanical connection, this can also be freely designed
Vehicle Stability Control 4W

The system automatically coordinates the steering, brake and gas to provide independent control of four wheels. The result is a dramatically increased capacity to turn


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