Japan group's goal: 'Hydrogen society'March 19
Hyundai: Fuel cells best bet for self-driving carsFeb. 26
Daimler focuses on battery EVs, keeps hand in fuel cellsJan. 29
Hyundai keeps Nexo fuel cell's look understatedJan. 22
Hyundai hikes range of next fuel cell more than 30%Jan. 8
With fuel cells, scaling up is hard to doDec. 18, 2017
Hyundai bolsters electric car lineup to narrow gap with rivalsDec. 13, 2017
Toyota explores airless tires to build lighter EVsOct. 30, 2017
Japan's automakers look beyond scandals to futureOct. 24, 2017
Japan's automakers will present their futuristic visions for electric and autonomous vehicles at the Tokyo auto show this week as the the industry continues to reel from scandals that have hit automakers including Nissan and suppliers such as Kobe Steel and Takata.
Toyota targets 621-mile driving range with fuel cell conceptOct. 18, 2017
Audi on fuel cell cars: Maybe laterSept. 23, 2017
The tepid outlook from one of the world's largest automakers could ripple across the industry by slowing or discouraging the adoption of fuel cell technology, which will require increased global scale and infrastructure investments to catch on.