Articles about Hydrogen Car

The Hyundai Nexo is so normal, you’d forget it’s high-tech. Until you need to fill up
There is a place on the Norwegian RV7 road between-roughly-Maurset and Øvre Eidfjord, just to the south of the Vøringfossen, where you transition from slightly anonymous trunk route to breath-snatching beauty via a rock tube made by drunk
Zero-emissions R8, please
Remember when mentioning Hyundai and Audi in the same sentence might seem like the set-up to a lazy joke? If you need any further proof the pair are on similar pegging now-beyond brilliant Hyundais-then the pair are now working
A close encounter with the Honda Clarity FCV
A day after I get back from covering the Tokyo Motor Show, a friend of mine asks, "Hey, you also went to that Honda track, right? What did you drive there?""The latest Clarity," I reply, "but it was only for a
One of three models of the Clarity line
It's been for some time now that the Clarity has ceased being a purely fuel-cell vehicle. The all-new successor to the original FCX Clarity debuted at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show still with a fuel-cell powertrain, but earlier
This thing is massive
Who doesn't love beefy, 'roided-out pickups? Our collective jaws dropped when we first laid our eyes on the badass Nissan Titan Warrior back in January, as well as the more recent Navara EnGuard we featured a little over a week
If only our gov't provided tax breaks
In December 2014, Toyota gave the world a glimpse of what the future of motoring would be like. The Japanese auto giant introduced a revolutionary new car known as the Mirai, a vehicle that ran solely on hydrogen fuel. It was clean
One of them is hydrogen-powered
We can't help but look forward to what Audi has up its sleeves whenever one of its displays goes up. As far back as we can recall, the brand has yet to disappoint innovation-wise. So what's next for Audi?
Toyota's Mirai has competition
Since the late '80s, Honda has been consistent in its hydrogen-motoring efforts. It had a breakthrough in 2002 with its FCX, the first fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) to be certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Continuous developments led to the
Toyota gives us closest thing to a sequel
For '80s kids, October 21, 2015, is symbolic as it is the day Marty McFly and Doc Emmett Brown travel to when they go 30 years into the future. If you've seen Back To The Future Part II, you know they
Joint venture to fund filling stations
It's no secret that the automotive industry does business in a very competitive environment. Carmakers try to outdo each other in terms of product offerings' features, technology and even designs. It's practically a show of one-upmanship.Once in a
Cow manure can power the Toyota Mirai
In November, we began running stories about a car that could very well be the future of motoring: the Toyota Mirai. Avid readers will recall that we gave you the lowdown on what this car is and how it works. We even
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Until 2020
In a move that mirrors what electric carmaker Tesla did for its electric vehicle technology, Toyota has announced that it is opening up globally its fuel-cell vehicle patents--which reportedly number around 5,680--as part of its efforts "to popularize
And it means 'future' in Japanese
In June, Toyota revealed the production model of its hydrogen fuel-cell sedan, which first debuted as a concept car at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Back then, it was simply called FCV, abbreviation for fuel-cell vehicle.Well, the FCV now
How much is it?
Toyota Motor Corporation has revealed the production model of its hydrogen fuel-cell sedan, which was first unveiled as a concept at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.To go on sale in the carmaker's home market of Japan in April 2015
Believe it or not
When Toyota finally sells its hydrogen-powered FCV sedan next year, you will be buying more than just a car. According to the Japanese carmaker, it \"could be the answer to keeping the lights on when power cuts strike.\"At the ongoing
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