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Hyundai Motors’ ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle, known in America as the Tucson Fuel Cell, has driven a record distance for a hydrogen-powered production car on a single tank. A drive of the vehicle allowed it to cover 700 kilometers (434.96 miles) across three countries. Hyundai stated the economy drive was conducted by independent Norwegian non-profit […]

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At this year’s New York Auto Show conventional vehicles were well represented, but quietly shouting its potential to one day usurp them all was Toyota’s Fuel Cell Vehicle Concept. Or rather, a bold declaration for fuel cell vehicles was made by one of the largest banners prominently positioned high toward the atrium ceiling of the […]

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Yes, the headline is an intentionally mixed metaphor between technology that rose to prominence in the 19th century and the yet-debated 21st century propulsion technology afforded by fuel cells. Indicators that it is accurate include that today Hyundai made its first ceremonial European deliveries of many more planned hydrogen-powered Tucsons, and two weeks ago it […]

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