Toyota is betting big on fuel-cell vehicles so it comes as little surprise that the company introduced the FCV Plus concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Toyota is betting big on fuel-cell vehicles so it comes as little surprise that the company introduced the FCV Plus concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Designed for a "sustainable society in which hydrogen energy is in widespread use," the concept features a futuristic design with a panoramic windscreen, glass doors and a floating roof.  The model also has angular air intakes, LED headlights and a bespoke interior.

Toyota didn't have much to say about the model but it features a fuel-cell powertrain and four independent in-wheel motors. The concept can also be used as a mobile power station as it features the capability to run on external hydrogen tanks and the ability to feed power back into the electrical grid.

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