Toyota’s concept model, the e-Chargeair, debuts with a hydrogen fuel cell and can be charged while driving.

Electric vehicle range anxiety is a common problem for all car owners, because the current charging facilities and supporting construction is not perfect, and charging time is not short. Therefore, electric car owners can not enjoy fuel vehicles at any time refueling, all over the country to run around the convenience of electric vehicle scars experience slightly weaker than fuel models.

Toyota has unveiled a concept model, the e-Chargeair, to address the need for short main battery life and difficult charging. The e-Chargeair can charge other electric car types, the equivalent of a large, removable charging treasure, and is usually towed behind the vehicle, like a “nanny car.”

Toyota's concept model, the e-Chargeair, debuts with a hydrogen fuel cell and can be charged while opening up.

It is reported that e-Chargeair uses non-contact charging, through special electromagnetic induction, can achieve wireless charging for vehicles. When driving, being towed to the rear of the vehicle, but also to achieve the side of the driving side charging scene, which can greatly reduce the charging time of the electric car, and reduce the impact on travel time to a minimum.

In addition, e-Chargeair can also power the home, which can be carried by its own AC inverter, can be used to output a variety of household appliances to meet the use of AC. It is also equipped with a number of special features, such as air purifiers and WIFI.

According to Toyota, the e-Chargeair uses Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell technology to replenish it with special charging piles when on standby. But Toyota did not disclose its specific battery life and battery capacity, and further performance parameters won’t be revealed until the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show.

Toyota's concept model, the e-Chargeair, debuts with a hydrogen fuel cell and can be charged while opening up.

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