Added 18 July, 2013
Hyundai is launching what it claims is the world's first series-production hydrogen fuel-cell car, heralding the arrival of a new clean fuel which has the potential to leapfrog existing electric cars and hybrids as the preferred miracle fuel of the future. If the small matter of refueling at hydrogen pumps can be ironed out, that is. "This is the world's first series-production fuel-cell vehicle. It's not handmade, it comes down the same production line as our petrol cars," said Tony Whitehorn, the CEO of Hyundai Motor UK. "By 2015, we can be building 10,000 of the ix35 Fuel Cell car."