Toyota’s research and development team is armed with new technology that it hopes will open the door to more durable and efficient fuel cell stacks. Continue Reading...
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Mazda might be the next automaker to offer a fuel cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
Toyota is looking to raise money to build new hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Continue Reading...
As I readied myself for a day behind the wheel of Hyundai’s 2015 Tucson Fuel Cell hydrogen powered crossover, it was brought to my attention that I would first have to fill its fuel reserve. Continue Reading...
Toyota is pushing forward ahead of schedule with its plan to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
Honda and General Motors will reportedly collaborate to jointly develop batteries for future fuel-cell vehicles. Continue Reading...
When Toyota’s much talked-about hydrogen fuel cell vehicle arrives, it will ride on modified underpinnings from the now defunct Lexus HS250. Continue Reading...
Hyundai won’t be the first automaker to manufacture and sell a fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV), but it will be the first company to mass produce such a vehicle with the Tuscon FCEV, which will be available in 2015. Continue Reading...
Fuel-cell powered vehicles are likely to become the next big thing in non-gas powered vehicles, and today Nissan, Daimler and Ford announced that they are joining forces on creating a new common fuel-cell system that will be put to use in what the companies call “the world’s first affordable, mass-market” fuel-cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
Consequently, there are concerns within the auto industry that given the sluggish demand, sales of zero emissions vehicles won’t grow fast enough to meet the mandated targets, meaning that automakers could risk facing hefty fines. Continue Reading...
Japanese car firm Toyota is already a world leader in hybrid technology. Now it seems, Toyota wants to have a similar strangle hold of the fuel-cell market. According to vice-president of product planning and marketing for Toyota Europe, Alain Uyttenhoven, Toyota is planning on selling a few thousand fuel-cell vehicles starting in 2015. Sales are… Continue Reading...
GM’s CEO Dan Akerson believes that the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle won’t be feasible until at least 2020. Let’s hope GM calls the right prediction this time. “We’re looking at hydrogen fuel cells, which have no carbon emissions, zero,” said Akerson. “The car is still too expensive and probably won’t be practical until the 2020-plus… Continue Reading...