BMW and Toyota are building a Hydrogen powered car

BMW and Toyota join forces. Hydrogen powered cars will be built
BMW and Toyota’s long-term partnership in green BMW and Toyota join forces. Hydrogen powered cars will be built
BMW and Toyota’s long-term partnership in green cars. Both brands intend to sell jointly developed hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as early as 2025.

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BMW sales chief Pieter Nota revealed that the two brands intend to sell jointly developed hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as early as 2025. He did not indicate what to expect, but stressed that fuel cells are “particularly essential” for large SUVs such as the iX5 Hydrogen concept. Its production is slated to begin later this year.

BMW and Toyota have collaborated over the years on a number of cars , including the recent re-launch of the Supra sports car. They formalized an alliance on green vehicle technology in early 2013, but work on an integrative fuel cell system was not completed until 2020.

BMW and Toyota will produce hydrogen-powered cars
Fuel cell cars can be refueled in just a few minutes, while, for example, charging electric vehicles takes several times longer. The note also stated that BMW does not want to invest all of its forces and financial resources in one technology. Additionally, the production of hydrogen models is not as sensitive to supply disruption problems as their electric counterparts.
In line with the strategy presented by BMW, the development of electric vehicles should soon accelerate. Purely electric cars sell much better than originally assumed. As such, the chances are good that the company could meet its 50 percent electric vehicle sales target (including brands such as Mini and Rolls-Royce ) a year or even two years earlier than its current 2030 target. While BMW still has a share of the world of internal combustion engines, it may not be long.