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Toyota has just unveiled what might be on of the largest fuel-cell vehicles on the market. And no, you probably can’t buy it. Unless you run a Japanese public-transit agency. SEE ALSO: 5 Cool Things About the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime That’s because Toyota will be selling fuel-cell buses starting early next year. Plans are […]

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South Korea’s Hyundai continued to show it is serious about hydrogen fuel cell technology with the introduction of the H350 Fuel Cell Concept at the 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany. The H350 Fuel Cell Concept is based on the automaker’s turbocharged diesel H350 delivery van that has been on sale in Europe […]

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In its first order for fuel cell vehicles, the Australia Capital Territory government has signed on for 20 next-generation Hyundai cars. Hyundai’s new purpose-built FCVs are due in 2018, and are the follow-up to its converted ix35 Fuel Cell crossover. The project is being coordinated by Neoen, a French renewable-energy company, along with Megawatt Capital […]

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Italian design house Pininfarina walked away from the Geneva Show this past spring with the Best Concept award for its hydrogen fuel cell H2 Speed concept car. Usually concept cars are paraded around at various auto shows and then fade away, but Automotive News is reporting that the H2 Speed is officially slated for production. […]

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Just 90 days before startup Nikola Motor Company’s scheduled unveiling of its “emissions free” Nikola One natural gas electric hybrid semi truck, it has abruptly announced a switch to hydrogen power for the U.S. and Canada. The Nikola One is still electric, and the company says the truck for which it now has 7,300 pre-orders […]

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The Volkswagen Group is turning to Audi to lead the development of its fuel cell vehicles. This is part of an effort by VW Group to make Audi as well-known for innovation as it is for luxury or sportiness. Audi’s h-tron quattro concept, unveiled at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this […]

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The course of the Lexus flagship sedan is about to take a dramatic turn. Debuting at the Tokyo Motor Show, the LF-FC concept previews the next-generation of Lexus LS with a low-slung coupe profile and a hydrogen fuel-cell powerplant. Lexus calls it a, “visionary new vehicle that offers a peek into the design and technology […]

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As nanoFlowcell AG looks to begin small series production of its radical Quant F, it has announced plans for a new “QUANT City” development center to take its fuel cell ambitions far beyond. Unlike hydrogen fuel cell vehicles from Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, and others, nanoFlowcell’s technology uses a salt-water-based fuel cell system it says is […]

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Can you see in your mind’s eye the vision of a “Hydrogen Society” and myriad future hydrogen fuel cell vehicles all running clean on electricity? Toyota can, and while its Mirai was just born practically yesterday, the automaker is talking about it having offspring beyond the four-passenger, four-door $57,500 sedan presently offered only in select […]

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A partnership to promote California’s hydrogen vehicle infrastructure has named 19 areas that it recommends for the next series of hydrogen refueling stations. Earlier this month, the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) released a list with the recommended regions. The organization is a collaborative effort that includes government agencies (both the California Air Resources Board […]

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