Cabify Launches Spain’s First Hydrogen-Powered Ride-Hailing Fleet

Cabify has launched Spain’s first fleet of hydrogen-powered ride-hailing cars, deploying four Toyota Mirai vehicles in Madrid.

This marks the first time that fuel cell electric vehicles will be available as an emission-free-at-the-tailpipe alternative for ride-hailing customers in Spain.

If operations are successful, Cabify intends to order additional Toyota Mirai vehicles to further expand its hydrogen-powered fleet throughout 2022.

Cabify Hydrogen Fleet
This is the first ride-hailing fleet to use hydrogen as an energy source in Spain, taking a significant step towards zero-emission mobility
Daniel Bedoya, Regional Manager of Cabify in Spain, said:

“This alliance with Toyota is one more step in our commitment to accelerating sustainable mobility, innovating and betting on alternatives that make life easier for people and companies, and make our cities a better place to live. Being accompanied by companies such as Toyota and Enagás is a guarantee that the trip will be a complete success.”

The fuel cell electric vehicles will be refuelled at a hydrogen plant in Madrid, which opened in January 2021. It will take between 3 and 5 minutes to refuel the vehicles, which have a range of approximately 550 kilometres.

This launch contributes to the decarbonisation of Spanish cities and advances Cabify’s goal of operating a fully zero-emissions fleet in Spain by 2025.

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