This is the Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicle. The most important word in this news is “Serial”. That means that this is no longer a test car produced in a few units, but a model which has passed all standards and security tests. Hydrogen technologies are no more longer test curiosities, but useable in commercially available devices.
Picture of the Hyundai ix35 – first hydrogen-fuel cell car produced in mass quantities.
p> Fuel cell vehicles use hydrogen gas combined with oxygen from the environment to create electricity in what is known as a fuel cell stack. This can then power an electric motor. The only waste product is water vapor or a few water droplets.