Toyota is requesting an exemption from a rule in order to sell its new Fuel Cell Vehicle.
Toyota has moved one step further to launching what it hopes is the next big revolution in the auto industry, revealing the production version of its new Fuel Cell Vehicle.
The U.S. Department of Energy is hoping $20 million will help kick start the country’s hydrogen infrastructure.
Hyundai customers in California are getting the first crack at owning a hydrogen-powered crossover from the South Korean company.
Toyota is pushing forward ahead of schedule with its plan to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.
A new plan being put in place by eight states seeks to see another 3.3 million zero-emissions vehicles (ZEVs) on the road by 2025.
Hyundai‘s lineup continues to evolve with the debut of an all-new premium sedan as well as an updated version of its full-size Azera model.
For the first time since the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) started releasing its ‘greenest automaker award,’ Honda did not take the crown.
Get ready California, Hyundai’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are here.
Toyota will forgo further development in pure electric vehicles in search of what it sees as more promising alternative fuel vehicles.
Hyundai unveiled its Intrado concept today at the Geneva Motor Show, calling the hydrogen powered concept a preview of the brand’s approach to compact crossover cars.
Mercedes-Benz teamed up with actors Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger to put its B-Class F-Cell vehicle to the test.
The Toyota Fuel Cell Vehicle concept is gaining a lot of attention at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, as the Japanese automaker is demonstrating how the FCV can power a home.
A decade and a half ago Toyota launched the Prius, forever changing the auto industry and they’re looking to do so again next year with the launch of what may be the world’s fist mass-market hydrogen fuel cell car.
At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Toyota not only had its FCV concept on display, but brought along a prototype fuel-cell vehicle that has been delivering a driving range of 300 miles.
Honda and General Motors will reportedly collaborate to jointly develop batteries for future fuel-cell vehicles.
Toyota hopes to sell somewhere between 5,000 and 10,000 of its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles starting in 2015 when the vehicle is introduced.