Hydrogen and hydrogen fuel cell cars always lead to heated discussions of the future of the automobile.
We clearly understand some advantages of FCV (like long range, quick refuel), but we don't understand how some large manufacturers expect to overcome obstacles and disadvantages (for example price of cars, price of hydrogen and lack of infrastructure).
Here is a video titled Hydrogen cars vs. Electric cars, in which uploader seems skeptical too.
Just for explanation - an electric car simply means all-electric cars, although non-plug-in hydrogen fuel cell cars are often lumped together with electric cars because of their electric drive.
If the wheels of the car are to be driven by an electric motor, then we bet on batteries, sometimes with an additional range-extender of some sort.