What’s the performance like for fuel cell vehicles in adverse cold weather conditions? A couple of operators of fleets of Toyota fuel cell SUVs found out recently via the record cold spells that have been hitting the East Coast, particularly in the northeast part of the country.
Hyundai, fresh off the buzz that it will be doing a limited American release of its fuel cell vehicle next year, is advancing further into this niche auto market segment with word of a hydrogen powered concept.
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicle news this year has been relatively quiet until recently, with the only big item in the earlier part of 2013 being Hyundai’s debut of a production ready offering for testing in fleets.
If you happened today to be outside of London’s Design Museum, you might have noticed a curious sight – an aquaponics ecosystem powered by a fuel cell vehicle from Hyundai. Known as the Fuel Cell Farm, it was a one day “piece of design theatre” aiming to educate people about the real-life benefits of hydrogen fuel-cell technology.
A rather cute little electric vehicle is set to be imported into the United Kingdom from France this summer for fleet use. The Mia three-seater from Mia Electric will price for around £16,995 + VAT starting, including the UK government’s plug-in car grant.
There is currently a global effort to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and foreign oil, particularly in the United States and European Union.
Underwater exploration is very intriguing since it's one of the few places left on earth where true discoveries can still be made.
I've never actually seen a three-wheel vehicle in use on the roads that wasn't an ATV, at least in the United States.
Is the finish line for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in sight for Hyundai?
This vehicular prototype device is not only your whip, but also your guardian angel. The technology we’re talking about is a cool detection system that uses an automatic sensor to gauge a driver’s alcohol level before starting. If your alcohol level is too high, the car simply will not drive.
Toshiba has debuted a rugged, 200GB HDD for in-vehicle use.
Intel has detailed its next-gen Atom-based SoC. The chip - codenamed "Tunnel Creek" - is being prepped for deployment in vehicle-infotainment and IP media phones.
Atari has confirmed that its long-awaited Test Drive Unlimited 2 will be a Massively Open Online Racing (MOOR) game.
A Macworld without Apple? Can the show go on without Saint Steven Jobs and top spinner Philip Schiller?