So the cars are here and there are plenty more a-coming by the looks of it. The egg doesn't come without the chicken so the infrastructure will arrive too. Is there a company better placed than ITM ? Is it possible to fathom the size of opportunity here? I love fag packet calculations and even the most pessimistic approach/assumptions get you to an MCAP in the £Billions. Have been invested here for many many years so I really hope they can stay independent and that I have the ballons to… Read More
2. Honda will begin leasing its fuel-cell car, the Honda Clarity, in California by the end of 2016. 3. Lexus wants to unveil its hydrogen-powered car in 2020, but we have yet to hear details on its range or other specs. 4. Audi unveiled a concept car, the h-tron quattro, at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show that the automaker says can drive 372 miles on hydrogen alone.5. BMW is working on a hydrogen car starting in 2020 BMW says its hydrogen car will have a range exceeding 300 miles and a refuel… Read More
The automaker has been selling the Toyota Mirai in Japan since December 2014, but began sales in California in October 2015 — marking the first time hydrogen-powered vehicles were sold in the United States.
The automaker has sold 836 Toyota Mirais in California since its launch, a Toyota spokesperson told Business Insider. Toyota plans to sell 30,000 a year worldwide by 2020.
It may seem odd that so many automakers are developing hydrogen-powered cars.
Not many people have heard of the technology, and from an infrastructure standpoint, purely electric vehicles make more sense. For example, there are 14,618 electric stations in the United States, and hydrogen stations are really only available in California.
But a lot of work is being done behind the scenes to make hydrogen-powered cars a reality.
Here's a look at all the hydrogen-powered cars we can expect… Read More
Yep. They must be extremely confident with the technology to give that warranty. Really early days with regard to variants but it won't take long for developments. A drinks holder tends to keep me happy. Would have liked some info re the actual driving aspects.... speeds , acceleration etc?
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