Battery-electric vehicles are starting to make a major impact. However, hydrogen fuel cells vehicles are also an option. How will they stack up in the future?
InsideEVs doesn't put much weight on the future of hydrogen cars. Let's have a look at what MrMobile thinks as he test drives the Toyota Mirai.
Whereas global sales of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles currently stand at around 3,000 a year, Toyota has said that it expects more than 30,000 hydrogen vehicles to...
Companies engaged in the semi truck projects - Tesla, Toyota and Nikola Motor - seems to be racing each other in Mega-infrastructure race.
Hydrogen fuel cell cars are far from mainstream as less than 6,500 were sold globally since 2013 through the end 2017.
Toyota is more and more alone in the hydrogen fuel cell camp as other manufacturers turn towards battery electric vehicles.
Acceleration times for the Nexo are quicker than the Tucson FCEV: just 9.9 seconds to 60 miles per hour versus 12.5 seconds before.
Toyota renews its push for FCVs despite lousy sales and being keen on the fact that -- as Tesla's Elon Musk asserts -- the technology is "incredibly dumb.
The stores would also get stationary rechargeable batteries for recharging plug-in vehicles, and these sites would function as an emergency power source during...
Surus, which stands for Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure, uses a capable truck chassis and comes powered by a Hydrotec fuel-cell system.
The unique powertrain makes the special GLC a plug-in hybrid but with a fuel cell stack, instead of a combustion engine.
What truly sets the GLC F-Cell apart is that it can run solely on electric power for up to 50 kilometers (31 miles) - a FCV that plugs in!
The Twitter feed from Nikola Motors gives out a lot of information. This time, we've got two new visions of what the semi's cabin will look like.
It's a limited kind of offer, but if you want to see what it's like to drive a small, hand-built hydrogen car, then sign up now for the Rasa test.
A lot is going on at the Nikola Motor Company, which is devloping a long-range hydrogen fuel cell truck with a 320 kWh battery for production in 2020.
You can electrolyze your own water into hydrogen at home, if you've got around $300,000 sitting around and don't want to refuel more than 2 cars a day.
It takes a village (or maybe 11 big Japanese companies) to build a hydrogen economy. Honda, Nissan, and Toyota are all signed up for the next big push.
Thanks to an innovative and holistic research and design process known as "Fixstern," or "Fixed Star," the team was able to create a futuristic design centered...
The reason you drive a big rig it to haul stuff. But sometimes you want to haul your butt from 0-60 in a hurry. If so, why not think electric?
You can go through a lot more hydrogen in a semi truck than you can in a H2 Mirai, which is why Toyota is introducing Project Portal this summer.
If the Genesis GV80 concept drove as floridly as the press release reads, it'd be like riding on a cloud made of flowers to your favorite napping space.
Despite the myriad of obstacles facing hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, Japanese companies are still endorsing the technology. Tesla is proving that electric cars...
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides interactive maps with Alternative Fuel Corridors, equipped with charging/refueling stations