Toyota tests hydrogen burner in size Yaris

Toyota tests hydrogen burner in size Yaris-toyota

With an alternative drive concept, Toyota presents a study of the GR YARIS: The small sports car has an internal combustion engine, which is operated with hydrogen. Difference: While in the Toyota Limousine Mirai hydrogen reacts in a fuel cell with oxygen and produces electrical energy, it is burned directly in the concept vehicle. The gas itself and the high pressure tanks are identical.

As is apparent from a communication of the company, under the bonnet of the Grow Yaris Concept, the 1.6 liter rows of three-cylinder G16E gts with turbocharging, which is also used in the production model, works under the bonnet of the company. Operation with hydrogen enables a modified fuel and injection system. In addition to the positive impact on the environment, hydrogen also offers advantages in racing: Since it burns faster than gasoline, the engine reacts spontaneous. In addition, he offers the typical typical noise.

Hydrogen-powered internal combustion engines are still in an early, only 2017 launched development and testing phase in Toyota, it continues to say. On the way to market maturity, the company tests the technology among others in motorsport: a hydrogen-powered Corolla Sport is currently in Japanese racing series – at almost zero exhaust emissions. As part of the Super Taaxyu series, the car even completed the 24-hour race in Fuji.

“We have done the first step to make our hydrogen-powered engine competitive and develop steadily,” says Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation. “I think things will look a little different in ten years. People look back and see how we have adopted this big challenge and enjoyed every moment.”

On the way to CO2 neutrality, Toyota pursues ambitious sustainability goals according to own information. “Green” produced hydrogen games a crucial role in reducing emissions, it says. Fuel cell technology is not only used in the car and truck area, but also in ship, railway and air traffic as well as for industrial purposes – for example in forklifts. Due to the continuous development of hydrogen engines in motorsport Toyota now offer another alternative.

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11 thoughts on “Toyota tests hydrogen burner in size Yaris”

  1. Whoever wants to understand what’s going on in Japan has to be aware that authorities are going to refrain from 3.5 “floppy disks. Until the year 2021, there were also shared disks as a storage medium and sent them with curing colleagues to colleague.
    And now back to the above message to use hydrogen in an internal combustion engine.
    I’m not coming out of the grin. A turtle. What’s next?
    People carry the light with shovel and bucket in houses?

  2. Japan as a high-tech nation? In this report, strong doubts come up. A direct combustion of H2 is known under energetic aspects as well as cerebral than the use in the FCEV. This is so stupid that even BMW has long since abandoned this approach.

  3. “….He also offers the typical noise …… “

    Well then that is of course worthwhile!

    On the one hand you can do without the pedestrian alarm system (Vess) On the other hand, the late pubertal desire for Brumm is breastfed.

    Hard to understand that a world group continues to run stubborn towards the wall.
    Or are we easy to understand where that leads?

  4. Toyota also notices nothing anymore ..
    VW, Tesla and some others laugh dead ..

    Yes – Toyota will survive but it will cost you a lot of market shares and global reputation.

  5. Deutz also has a production-ready H2 combustion, while we have to operate our entire goods trade and countless machines with diesel engines because there are no alternatives. What works perfectly with us are engines that even play sound-damped “Blah-Blah-Blah” of themselves. It seems to be like the football. There, the best coaches always sit at home on the sofa in front of the flickerist. It’s similar to the car. The best developers squat in front of PC and “Construct” electric cars and give their mustard … How about how if their e-mobile and batteries would come without diesel and lithium and mustard without battery? None of the “specialists” has a battery without excavators, ships, diesel machines and raw materials without oil. Nobody has been with us mesh stream of green, but probably long lines without copper.
    Maybe it would be useful with excess green stream from H2 stores to use such motors in said machines, instead of using diesel for desired dreams, because one does not even have basic layers on diesel? > https: // de.motor1.COM / News / 528249 / Deutz-Hydrogen Engine Technique 2024 /
    Any question, how to do without oil and coal for construction and operation of BEV, do not hear anything. Even the Blah Blah Blah remains silent. Were invented novel silencers?

  6. Top announcement, I’m waiting for a few years and drive with my diesel, I can convert it sometime 1: 1! </ Sarcasm End>

  7. I still remember the time in which Tesla was smiled for the soled of laptopakkus. Good that they have stayed at it.
    Now Toyota will be smiled for its H2 ambitions. I find it good that at least a big car manufacturer opposes the global mainstream. Who knows what will be in 10 years ..
    If we have switched off the last coal-fired power plant and in the evening our BEVs can no longer invite you buys one or the other a Toyota-H2 vehicle. Despite all inefficiency.
    I am excited.

  8. So somehow I still do not get this whole current articatatics ….

    If today the primary electricity requirement sum = x is because you produce fossil fuels that produces a production energy requirement of sum ?Y have ..

    X = Energy Supplies Operation of Bevs (20kWh / 100 km)
    Production and transport of fossil fuels approx. 60 kWh per 5 l
    Consumption Take 5 l Diesel / 100km

    thus 3Y = x
    Would be roughly grossly 3-5 times as much if you involve heavy duty traffic

    And since the electricity is currently available to production because the nonsense is produced in tons of tons, it can only give an excess of electricity if most then take BEVs

    It was already explained several times here in the forum.

    Then there is a multiple of electricity available to load all BEVs.
    The basic topic should be the network stability.
    The challenge is yet

    Electricity is enough there

  9. This fairy tale from the excess green stream is not dead-to-use. All want to cover their area with green stream. The steel industry, the aircraft, the transport industry, households and many more.

    Most need mandatory hydrogen that must be produced from green stream, he should be green. The stupid is only, there is not enough of it.

    Desert areas for the H2 production are already gone. why? Because the production of H2 is known to be necessary tons of water. Water = desert, everything clear? That’s what falls flat.

    Apart from that, the countries where there are deserts, hardly enough to be spent on a second time after the oil from the rich countries to be exploited.

    So where the required green stream should be generated? This is the real problem of hydrogen in vehicles. There is already the BEV who need the three to four times less green stream.

    The hydrogen can be produced is elsewhere where there is no alternative to use much more efficient.


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