With hybrids and EVS now having gained a firm foothold in the auto market, hydrogen powered vehicles are all set to become the next big tech trend in the automotive landscape.
Also referred to as hydrogen fuel cell cars, or FCEVs, hydrogen cars were first introduced in the United States by Honda, when they launched the FCX Clarity back in 2008. Their Japanese rivals, Toyota, then entered the segment in 2014 when they launched the Mirai FCEV. However, it can be safely said that hydrogen cars have kept a pretty low profile since.
Over the course of this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at FCEVs. We’ll discuss how the technology works, if buying a hydrogen car a worthy investment, and the different FCEV options that are available right now.