Toyota has announced that its zero-emission buses are being trialled in the UK, and buses are being tested in and around Peak District National Park as part of a new trial.
The experience will be held for two weeks starting September 16 and buses will be used to transport visitors to the surrounding area.
Toyota is supporting a groundbreaking new tourism transportation experience in one of the UK’s most popular visitor destinations, providing zero-emission vehicles to connect sites in and around the Peak District National Park.
Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell and battery electric buses are used in the program that explores the practical application of alternatives to fossil fuels and gathers feedback on customer experience.
The trial will run for two weeks until September 16 and be led by Gateway at PEAK, a 300-acre tourist resort being developed on a regeneration site on the park’s eastern border. They use Toyota’s commercially available models and technologies today: the cars – e.City Gold and H2City Gold – are manufactured by Toyota’s European partner CaetanoBus and are already in service worldwide.
You can find more information about Toyota’s zero-emission buses on the Toyota website at the link below.
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