List of fuel cell vehicles

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Main article: Fuel cell vehicle

A fuel cell vehicle is a vehicle that uses a fuel cell to power an electric drive system. There are also hybrid vehicles meaning that they are fitted with a fuel cell and a battery or a fuel cell and an ultracapacitor. For HICEV see List of hydrogen internal combustion engine vehicles. For a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of fuel cell vehicles, see Hydrogen vehicle.

List of fuel cell vehicles[edit]

Automobiles[edit]

Hyundai Tucson FCEV in the background (on the left) and Toyota Highlander FCHV in the foreground (on the right) during UC Davis's Picnic Day activities

Audi:

BMW:

Chrysler:

Daimler:

Fiat:

Ford:

  • 2000 - Ford Focus FCV. Note however that Ford Motor Company has dropped its plans to develop hydrogen cars, stating that "The next major step in Ford’s plan is to increase over time the volume of electrified vehicles".[6]
  • 2006 - F-250 Super Chief a Tri-Flex engine concept pickup.

General Motors:

Honda:

Hyundai:

Lotus Engineering:

Kia:

Mazda:

Mitsubishi:

Morgan:

Nissan:

  • 2002 - Nissan X-Trail FCHV-hybrid vehicle. In 2009, Nissan announced that it's cancellation of its hydrogen car R&D efforts.[12] However, in January 2013, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., under the Alliance with Renault, have signed a unique three-way agreement for the joint development of common fuel cell system. The goal of the collaboration is to jointly develop a common FCEV system while reducing investment costs associated with the engineering of the technology, and deriving efficiencies through economies of scale, and will help to launch the world's first affordable, mass-market FCEVs as early as 2017.[citation needed]

Peugeot:

Renault:

Riversimple:

Ronn Motor Company:

Toyota:

Volkswagen:

Trains/Locomotives[edit]

BNSF:

University of Birmingham:

  • Hydrogen Pioneer fuel cell locomotive[15][16]

Trucks/buses[edit]

Toyota's FCHV-BUS at the Expo 2005
Dolomitech's Hybrid Fuel Cell BUS

Daimler:

Ford:

  • Ford E350 fuel cell shuttle bus

Hyundai:

ISE Corporation:

Skoda:

Toyota:

University of Glamorgan, Wales:

Van Hool:

Dolomitech


New Flyer Industries:

  • New Flyer H40LFR (21 produced)

Motorcycles[edit]

Yamaha:

Vessels[edit]

Race Vehicles[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neil, Dan (2009-02-13). "Honda FCX Clarity: Beauty for beauty's sake". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2009-03-11. 
  2. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=439&CATID=0
  3. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=437&CATID=0
  4. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=423&CATID=0
  5. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=461&CATID=0
  6. ^ "Ford Motor Company Business Plan", December 2, 2008
  7. ^ a b Eberle, Ulrich; Mueller, Bernd; von Helmolt, Rittmar (2012-07-15). "Fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen infrastructure: status 2012". Royal Society of Chemistry. Retrieved 2013-01-08. 
  8. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=431&CATID=0
  9. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=477&CATID=0
  10. ^ http://green.autoblog.com/2009/06/09/first-drive-hydrogen-powered-kia-borrego-fcev-and-nissal-x-trai/
  11. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=429&CATID=0
  12. ^ Dennis, Lyle. "Nissan Swears Off Hydrogen and Will Only Build Electric Cars", All Cars Electric, February 26, 2009
  13. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=396&CATID=0
  14. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=425&CATID=0
  15. ^ http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2012/08/21-Aug-12-Engineering-students-build-UKs-first-hydrogen-powered-locomotive.aspx
  16. ^ Hoffrichter, Andreas (3024). Hydrogen as an energy carrier for railway traction. Birminhgam, UK: University of Birmingham. 
  17. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=434&CATID=0
  18. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=502&CATID=0
  19. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=435&CATID=0
  20. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=500&CATID=0
  21. ^ http://www.netinform.net/H2/H2Mobility/Default.aspx?ID=433&CATID=0
  22. ^ http://www.dolomitech.com/prodotti.php

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