Hydrogen Vehicles

Toyota Mirai

2016 Toyota Marai
The Toyota Mirai is the first production vehicle from this venerable Japanese automaker to be powered by the hydrogen fuel cell. The Mirai was first officially revealed at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Currently, the plans are to build vehicles under the Mirai name that went in production in December 2014 and are on sale in 2015.

Toyota Mirai Specifications

  • Uses hybrid and fuel cell technology
  • Powered by Toyota Fuel Cell System and PC boost convertor
  • Fuel cell stack output is 153 hp
  • 0 – 60 mph acceleration in 9.0 seconds
  • Refueling time: 3 to 5 minutes
  • Range is 300 miles
  • Contains two 10,000 psi carbon fiber polymer fuel tanks
  • NiMH rechargeable battery pack
  • 152 hp electric traction motor


Hyundai Tucson FCEV

Hyundai Tuscon Hydrogen Vehicle

Driving or riding in the fuel cell ix35 will not feel much different from riding or driving the gas powered model. The notable differences are positive ones, including no engine noise and only water vapor exhaust. The car can carry five passengers comfortably, and the longer range should help it become more acceptable than lower range fuel cell vehicles available today.

Hyundai ix Specs

Length 4,410 mm
Width 1,820 mm
Height 1,655 mm
Driving range on one fill-up 594 km
Vehicle efficiency 0.95 kgH2/100km *27.8km/l(NEDC)
Top speed 160 km/hr (100 mph)
Acceleration, 0 to 100 km/hr 12.5 seconds
Fuel cell output power 100 kW
Energy storage system Battery, 24 kW
Fuel Hydrogen (700 bar, 5.6 kg)
Exhaust gas Water vapor

In Southern California, in the Spring of 2014, Hyundai had offered this vehicle as a lease for $499 / month for a 3-year term and a $2,999 down payment. Hyundai stated the deal will include unlimited free hydrogen fuel.