Toyota's bringing its fuel cell-powered concept to the East Coast. Following a trip through Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) earlier this month, the glowing, ocean-blue sedan that many are calling the car of the future is geared to make a big splash at this year's Washington auto show.

For the past 20 years, Toyota has massively committed to fuel cell research and design and aims to lead the charge in environmental change in the auto industry this year.

"Savvy consumers have been waiting to see an active change in fuel cell development, and we’re almost ready to hit the streets," said Toyota’s Vice President of North American Business Strategy Nihar Patel.

"There’s an enormous amount of education to be done as we let the public know more about this exciting technology."

Toyota also will be showing off its brand new 2014 Highlander, which offers more style, comfort and utility than ever before – a great family vehicle with a trunk big enough to hold whatever the adventurous type needs to carry around. The Highlander is joined by other new models including the 2014 Corolla and a full cut-away of the 2014 Tundra.

Toyota will have 44 different cars, trucks and SUVs on display at this year’s Washington auto show.