In the new wave of manufacturers to build zero emissions cars, adjusting to the new regulations to produce cars that increasingly pollute less, I assure you that you have seen infinity of information related to fully electric cars, and very little about the cars of hydrogen or also known as fuel cell. These cars have as their main characteristic that their propulsion occurs by mixing the hydrogen contained in the tanks with oxygen, thus generating the mobility of the vehicle.
First manufacturers to apply hydrogen technology
Some manufacturer brands have been betting on this type of technology for some years, among them are the Japanese brands Toyota and Honda that have managed to materialize cars with these technologies such as the Honda FCX Clarity model in 2008 and the Toyota Mirai, another brand who is creating a hydrogen car in Hyundai, with a predecessor like the ix35 Fuel Cell in 2013, is now in the final stretch of producing the Hyundai Nexo that would be part of the second generation of fuel cell cars crystallized by the brand. However, it should be noted that they have been very few since it is a somewhat limited zero-emission technology, as will be explained later.