At the Paris Motor Show, Toyota has shown its futuristic car, the futuristic FCV Plus, powered by hydrogen fuel cells. The machine is able to generate the energy necessary for work from hydrogen, which is not only inside, but outside the vehicle. In addition, the FCV Plus is not greedy and can share electricity with other cars or even a home. That is, it is also a mobile power source, and not just a means of transportation. At the heart of the car is the proprietary fuel system Fuel Cell Vehicle, which is already implemented in the serial Mirai hydrogen car. The FCV Plus automaker also plans to release 30,000 in the next few years. Toyota classifies the futuristic FCV Plus with an aerodynamic design as a compact sedan with a spacious interior ideal for urban use. The panoramic body allows you to see everything that is going on all 360 degrees, the information necessary for control is displayed on the windshield and rear windows. Each of the four wheels is equipped with an electric motor. A fuel cell battery is located between the front wheels, a hydrogen fuel tank is located behind the rear seats. The dimensions of the car are 3.8×1.75×1.54 meters, the wheelbase is 3 meters.