Toyota announced plans to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle back in 2009 and a new report is indicating the production model will finally debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in November.

Toyota announced plans to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle back in 2009 and a new report is indicating the production model will finally debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in November.

Details are limited but Bloomberg is reporting the model will be a sedan that could go on sale as early as next year. It will reportedly cost approximately $70,000 (€53,660) and have a range of roughly 300 miles (483 km).

Little else is known about the car but it was previewed by the FCV-R concept which debuted at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. Toyota was coy on specifications but said the concept had a fuel cell stack with a 70 MPa high-pressure hydrogen tank. The concept also had "impressive luggage space" and seating for up to four passengers.

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Toyota fuel cell vehicle to debut in Tokyo - report