List of fuel cell vehicles

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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 fuel cell vehicle.

Cars[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

Production[edit]

Cars commercially available for sale or leasing.

Demonstration fleets[edit]

Cars for testing and pre-production.

Concept[edit]

Alfa Romeo:

Audi:

BMW:

Chang'an:

Chrysler:

Daimler:

Mercedes-Benz NECAR 1
Three Mercedes-Benz F-Cells completed a 125-day around the world drive in 2011.

FAW Group:

Fiat:

Ford:

General Motors:

Gumpert Aiways Automobile:

Honda:

Hyundai:

Maxus:

Mazda:

Mitsubishi:

Morgan:

Nissan:

  • 2012 - Nissan TeRRA[33]

Peugeot:

Riversimple:

Ronn Motor Company:

SAIC:

Suzuki:

Toyota:

2014 Toyota FCV concept car

Volkswagen:

Light commercial van[edit]

Production[edit]

Concept[edit]

Daimler:

Trains - locomotives[edit]

Trucks[edit]

Production[edit]

Demonstration fleets[edit]

Concept[edit]

Nikola Motor Company:

  • Nikola One
  • Nikola Two
  • Nicola Tre

Buses[edit]

Dolomitech's Hybrid Fuel Cell BUS

Production[edit]

Demonstration fleets[edit]

Concept[edit]

Daimler:

Dolomitech

Ford:

  • Ford E350 fuel cell shuttle bus
Hyundai's ELEC-CITY Fuel cell electric bus in Seoul, Korea

ISE Corporation:

New Flyer Industries:

Škoda:

Solaris:

Tata:

Toyota's FCHV-BUS at the Expo 2005

Toyota:

University of Glamorgan, Wales:

Van Hool:

VDL:

Wrightbus:

Motorcycles[edit]

Yamaha:

Vessels[edit]

Submarines

Aircraft[edit]

In 2008, The Boeing Fuel Cell Demonstrator achieved straight-level flight on a crewed mission powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
  • 2008 - Aircraft, Boeing[69]
  • 2015 - Drone, Intelligent Energy, UK tested successfully Drones with Hydrogen fuel cell engine.[70]
  • 2016 - HY4 is the first passenger aircraft in Germany.[71]

Racing vehicles[edit]

  • 2008 - Element One - fuel cell vehicle - an American fuel cell-powered race vehicle built for the 2008 Formula Zero Championship, the world's first hydrogen race series.
  • 2008 - Zero Emission Racing Team - fuel cell vehicle - Belgian team for Formula Zero Racing series.
  • 2008 - Forze I - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for Formula Zero Racing series.
  • 2009 - Forze II - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for Formula Zero Racing series.
  • 2009 - Buckeye Bullet 2 - fuel cell vehicle - American team for land speed records.
  • 2010 - Forze III - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for Formula Zero Racing series.
  • 2011 - Forze IV - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for Formula Student competition.
  • 2012 - Forze V - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for Formula Student competition.
  • 2013 - Concept Green GT H2 - fuel cell vehicle - French team for 24h of Le Mans.
  • 2013 - Concept Forze VI - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch team for CCRC Competition.
  • 2016 - Forze VII - fuel cell vehicle - Dutch studentteam which competes against petrol powered cars with a LMP3.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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