It may be arguably more interesting, but is it practical?

So, what do you do when you plan a whole YouTube series around a car and then it ends up in the shop for several months? That's what happened to The Fast Lane Car with its Tesla Model 3 "Thrifty 3" series.

If you're creative and good at what you do, you make adjustments and you simply make it work. Rather than pausing the Thrifty 3 series after their brand-new Model 3 went in for a collision repair, the guys over at TFLCar found other ways — aside from just reporting on the repair issues — to keep publishing related material.

In this episode, TLFCar checks out the Hyundai Nexo fuel-cell car. While we don't cover hydrogen fuel-cell tech often at InsideEVs, the Nexo is very interesting in many ways. Clearly, Hyundai is proving itself as a leader in future vehicle technology. Interestingly, esteemed automotive reviewer Alex Dykes from Alex on Autos just sold his Tesla Model 3, returned his Kia Soul EV, and leased a Hyundai Nexo.

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Video Description via The Fast Lane Car on YouTube:

We Drive The Only Car More Interesting Than A Tesla Model 3! - Thrifty 3 E. 14

( http://www.TFLcar.com ) On this episode we drive what very well may be the future of Transportation: A hydrogen fuel cell car. Equipped with both a hydrogen cell and a battery, the new Hyundai Nexo is one of the few cars that is truly as interesting and compelling as the Tesla Model 3.