Watch Toyota’s new hydrogen fuel-cell powered big rig drag race a diesel semi. Continue Reading...
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Five major automakers are pushing heavily into hydrogen. Continue Reading...
Mercedes-Benz is previewing a plug-in hybrid hydrogen fuel-cell GLC that they plan to release in 2017. Continue Reading...
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...
For years Honda has been experimenting with hydrogen-powered vehicles and now the company is committed to developing a production fuel cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
Lexus might already be laying plans for a hydrogen-powered version of its flagship sedan. Continue Reading...
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are typically a California-only affair, but Toyota is looking to buck that trend. Continue Reading...
Despite a growing population, global fuel use is projected to decline after the year 2021. By 2035 overall consumption is expected to dip by 4 percent. Continue Reading...
Hyundai customers in California are getting the first crack at owning a hydrogen-powered crossover from the South Korean company. Continue Reading...
Toyota is pushing forward ahead of schedule with its plan to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. Continue Reading...
The Hyundai Intrado concept car showcases the South Korean brand’s vision for future motoring with a carbon-fiber structure and hydrogen fuel cell. Continue Reading...
Toyota is committed to bringing its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the U.S. market by 2015 and when it does there’s a chance that car will be a member of the Prius family. Continue Reading...
If being green is the new black, and hydrogen is the future of being green, will there be any color puns left to make? Continue Reading...
After more than a century the internal-combustion engine still reigns supreme as the world’s go-to powerplant for vehicular propulsion. Of course electrics have started to chip away at that dominance but they really haven’t had all that much success. When it comes to alternative technologies will fuel cells fare any better? Well, maybe if Toyota… Continue Reading...
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is rapidly becoming a new Bob Lutz for the 21st century. The savvy South African is not afraid to share his opinion on a variety of topics and is at times refreshingly blunt. Continue Reading...
Toyota chairman, Takeshi Uchiyamada, has reaffirmed that the Japanese automaker will bring a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the U.S. by 2015. Continue Reading...
Toyota pulled back the covers today at its Hybrid World Tour event in Michigan, giving a small glimpse of advanced fuel-saving technologies currently in development. Continue Reading...
ACAL Energy, a company in the U.K., said today that its hydrogen fuel cell system passed 10,000 hours of testing and can reduce the cost of a fuel cell by 20 percent. Continue Reading...
Hyundai delivered its first line-produced hydrogen-powered car today in Europe. Continue Reading...
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could be relatively affordable once Toyota starts trying to sell them. Continue Reading...
The Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S has made history, completing the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled zero CO2 emission lap at the Nurburgring. Continue Reading...
Aston Martin will set a new milestone at this year’s 24 Hours of Nurburgring, being the first automaker to race a hydrogen-powered car. Continue Reading...
Toyota is deepening its partnership with BMW by agreeing to supply the German automaker with hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell technology. The companies first partnered in December of last year with BMW supplying Toyota with small diesel engines for the European market in exchange for Toyota’s lithium-ion hybrid systems and research. Continue Reading...
Electric cars may have arrived, but the search for the perfect alternative fuel is still in progress. There are still a few major issues that keep battery powered vehicles from replacing the internal combustion engine. Continue Reading...