You'll be able to buy the company's water vapor-emitting car next year.
Will we see a Jetson-style car any time soon? Don't hold your breath.
A model which began its life as part of a video game just made its real world debut at the Detroit auto show.
Toyota's strange new four-wheeled, chariot of doom from the future is absolutely gorgeous in person.
Slated for release in 2015, the Toyota FCV has a real chance of being the first fuel cell car to hit the road.
What began as a casual acquaintance has blossomed into an all-out partnership between two of the world's leading car companies.
Hey, let's all get super-fast Segways that distract us while driving and don't have harnesses.
Here's your first look at the Fuel Cell Vehicle of 2015.
If you'd told us back in March that the i-Road would be in production by year's end, we would have snorted our chocolate milk.
If there's an award for cramming stupid amounts of power into tiny cars, Toyota's driving away with it this year.