Toyota and the Environmental Media Association (EMA) have created a contest that will crown the first FCV owner in the U.S. By purchasing tickets that benefit EMA programs, California residents enter themselves for a chance to win the vehicle.
Rumors abound that BMW is set to return to endurance racing to promote upcoming hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The automaker has partnered with Toyota to develop a Mirai-based fuel cell system, and a production car might join the i-brand lineup in 2020.
At the Automotive News World Congress in January, Tesla CEO Elon Musk reiterated his opinions about hydrogen fuel cells. His main critiques were low efficiency compared to batteries and a strenuous production process.
A new report finds BMW could launch a mass-produced hydrogen car by the year 2020. If the project is approved, BMW will put the technology to the ultimate test by building a hydrogen-powered Le Mans racer.
On December 12th, BMW announced that a prototype drive module for an in-development hydrogen vehicle would debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Now, the automaker has retracted that release, postponing the debut until a later time.
Toyota and filmmaker Morgan Spurlock have teamed up to create a new promo series for the hydrogen-powered Mirai. Titled ‘Fueled by Bullsh*t,’ the series explains how hydrogen can be synthesized from cow manure, while also taking subtle aim at the car’s…
Toyota has built a custom-designed Mirai that's being used as a stage opener during the ADAC Rally Deutschland. The hydrogen-powered sedan is fitted with performance brake pads, rally tires, bucket seats for the front passengers, and a roll cage.
Lexus is busy developing the next-gen LS in utmost secrecy. Set to bow in October, the flagship will feature a more emotional design, a powerful V8 engine and, later on, an available hydrogen-powered drivetrain.
Honda has announced a collaboration with FirstElement Fuel to build hydrogen fueling stations in California. Honda will provide $13.8 million in financial assistance to the fuel company and hopes to build at least 12 stations.
If hydrogen cars are going to be common they will need hydrogen, and that's just what scientists at UC Irvine are trying to make by turning waste into fuel. The process takes sewage, including human... leavings and converts it into pure hydrogen that can be…