Is the fuel cell car an endangered species?

Hydrogen cars offer no compromise driving, but is that enough in an age of long-range, fast-charge EVs? By Freddie Holmes

Spotting an electric vehicle (EV) in the wild was once a rarity, but they have since become commonplace in virtually every developed market. By contrast, the fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) remains firmly in the niche stage. Chances are, most will not have seen one at all and that looks unlikely to change any time soon.

Special report: Fuel cell electric vehicles

The number of series-produced FCEV passenger car models can be counted on one hand. Toyota’s Mirai is

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