Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cell Muscle Car

Hydrogen Cell Muscle Car

Climbing Behind the Wheel of a Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cell Muscle Car

Hyundai’s N Vision 74 turns out 690 hp of asphalt-burning rear-drive fun—and makes a great argument for the technology’s place in an electric future.

The battery electric era is already arriving, but a big question remains over what will follow it. A significant percentage of the auto industry holds that BEVs will be the long-term answer. They are, in essence, betting that the issues of range, cost, finding materials for battery packs—and the challenge of recycling old cells—will all be answered in time.

Yet others believe that battery-powered EVs will only be an interim solution, one that will eventually be supplemented by hydrogen power through fuel cells.

This isn’t outer-edge stuff. Two of the biggest automakers in the world—Toyota and Hyundai—are committed to hugely expensive fuel cell programs, and both have already put hydrogen-powered vehicles into limited production. But these cars, the Mirai and Nexo respectively, are worthy and unexciting, certainly from everything but a technical point of view.

Climbing Behind the Wheel of a Hydrogen-Powered Fuel Cell Muscle Car

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