Hyundai to introduce world's first production fuel-cell electric vehicle

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    Hyundai to introduce world's first production fuel-cell electric vehicle
    By Hyunjoo Jin and Christiaan Hetzner

    September 25, 2012 8:29 PM GMTUpdated: 09/25/2012 01:29:31 PM PDT
    Hyundai to introduce world's first production fuel-cell electric vehicle - San Jose Mercury News

    Hyundai, which has lagged its rivals in battery-powered electric cars, aims to leapfrog that technology and roll out what it calls the world's first production fuel-cell electric vehicles at this week's Paris auto show.

     
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    Now --- we're cooking with gas.. Excuse me whilst I go snatch up a wad of Hyundai stock..

    ((Even tho I doubt 1000 cars is gonna make me rich))) LOL....

    THIS is the future of Electric Vehicles... Right here...
     
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    Whatever works. Hydrogen, hard to store, but lends itself well to production from solar and wind.
     
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    Hidden in the article is the news that Toyota scaled back plans for it's all electric "E-Q" mini stating "we misread the market".
     

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