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List of fuel cell vehicles
fuel cell vehicle is a vehicle that uses a fuel cell to power an electric drive system. There are also hybrid vehicles meaning that they are fitted with a fuel cell and a battery or a fuel cell and an ultracapacitor.
As the fuel cells get more powerful there is less need to make the fuel cell vehicles hybrid.
Additional recommended knowledge
Using hydrogen in a fuel cell is nearly twice as efficient as in traditional internal combustion engines (ICE), which only have an efficiency of 15-25%.
Hybrid fuel combustion vehicle
To promote the demandside for hydrogen, and so creating a hydrogen infrastructure (to get more hydrogen filling stations), Hybrid fuel combustion vehicles running on
hydrogen or another fuel are introduced.
2004-Audi A2H2-hybrid vehicle
1994-Mercedes-Benz NECAR 1
1996-Mercedes-Benz NECAR 2
1997-Mercedes-Benz NECAR 3
1999-Mercedes-Benz NECAR 4
2000-Mercedes-Benz NECAR 5
2000-Jeep Commander II-hybrid vehicle-Commercial
2001- Chrysler Natrium-hybrid vehicle
2002- Mercedes-Benz F-Cell (A-Class)-hybrid vehicle
2003-Jeep Treo- Fuel cell
2005-Mercedes-Benz F600 Hygenius
1991-Mazda HR-X Hydrogen Wankel Rotary.
1993-Mazda HR-X2 Hydrogen Wankel Rotary.
1993-Mazda MX-5 Miata Hydrogen Wankel Rotary.
1995-Mazda Capella Cargo, first public street test of the hydrogen Wankel Rotary engine.
1997-Mazda Demio FC-EV Methanol-Reducing Fuel Cell
2001-Mazda Premacy FC-EV - First public street test of the Methanol-Reducing Fuel Cell vehicle in Japan
2003-Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen \ Gasoline hybrid Wankel Rotary.
2006-Mazda 5 Hydrogen \ Gasoline hybrid Wankel Rotary + Electric Motor hybrid. Tribrid-Vehicle
2002-Nissan X-Trail FCHV-hybrid vehicle
PSA Peugeot Citroën:
2002- Toyota FCHV-hybrid vehicle
2003-Toyota Fine-N-concept car
Leipzig: fuel-cell-powered passenger vessel for 20 passengers (world's first): HYDRA (Christian Machens, 2000)
Hamburg: fuel-cell-powered passenger vessel for 100 passengers, HDW (2006)
Submarines: Type 212 submarine (These are equipped with a diesel engine and fuel cell propulsion)-The silent switch.
This article has been translated from the German Wikipedia.
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Other: Hydrogen Economy | Hydrogen storage | Hydrogen station | Hydrogen Vehicles
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