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Toyota Doubles-Down on Zero Emissions Heavy-Duty Trucks

The automaker has unveiled the second generation of its Project Portal semi-truck, which is larger, lighter and has a longer range than the original that was put to work shipping cargo between the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles last year and has since covered over 10,000 miles.

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The automaker has unveiled the second generation of its Project Portal semi-truck, which is larger, lighter and has a longer range than the original that was put to work shipping cargo between the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles last year and has since covered over 10,000 miles.

Toyota Motor Corporation announced on October 14, 2015, the "Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050," a new plan not only minimize the negative impacts caused by automobiles but also to bring a positive impact to a sustainable society.

In this report, the International Council on Clean Transportation, ICCT, assess zero-emission heavy-duty vehicle technology to support decarbonization of the freight sector and compare the evolution of heavy-duty diesel, diesel hybrid, natural gas, fuel cell, and battery electric technologies in the 2025–2030 timeframe.

Picture the 710 Freeway heading south, bumper-to-bumper semis hauling cargo to and from the bustling Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, now imagine those trucks are moving that cargo, quietly, quickly and without producing any emissions, Toyota is working to make this vision a reality.

Toyota plans a major push into artificial intelligence and robotics technology research and will invest $1 billion over the next five years to establish a Silicon Valley research and development center to pursue those goals.