DETROIT (WZZM) -- Both the Detroit Auto show and the International Consumer Electronics Show give visitors a look at concept cars of tomorrow.
Toyota showed off the FCV, a car that runs on hydrogen as a fuel source. Toyota say it has managed to lower the cost of production by 95 percent. The company hopes to start selling it sometime next year.
"It is a big deal because hydrogen was always the fuel of the future, it was the fuel that was always just 10 years away and now this is an example of a major automaker taking a step, building a car that they think will be ready by 2015 for the general public to use," said Keith Barry.
Toyota did not give a price for the car, but it is investing in fuel cell stations in California where the car will be sold first.