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Get the Facts on Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

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Get the Facts on Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles

Justin Lewis

Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) are on the road today. These innovative, zero emission cars can travel 300 to 400 miles per tank and refuel in just three to five minutes.

Three of the world’s leading automakers - Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota - each offer FCVs in North American, European, and East Asian markets. More car companies plan to introduce their own FCV models in the coming years, along with expansion into new regions around the world.

 The 2018 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell mid-size sedan.

The 2018 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell mid-size sedan.

 The 2019 Hyundai NEXO Fuel Cell SUV (available today in South Korea and Europe, coming to North America in late 2018).

The 2019 Hyundai NEXO Fuel Cell SUV (available today in South Korea and Europe, coming to North America in late 2018).

 The 2018 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell mid-size sedan.

The 2018 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell mid-size sedan.

If you want to learn more about these innovative, clean energy cars, visit the ZERØ EMISSIONS. ZERØ COMPROMISE. website at www.zeroemissions.org. The site has plenty of pictures, links, and information to share online for National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day!