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Pow! Is that the BMW Batmobile? Nope, it's a modded i8 concept with hydrogen fuel cell tech

Pow! Is that the BMW Batmobile? Nope, it's a modded i8 concept with hydrogen fuel cell tech

By 1 July 2015

What you're looking at might appear to be a super-cool revamped version of the Batmobile for 2015 (and we're talking 1960s Adam West era here), but BMW isn't in the process of making one of those (well, not that we know of). No, this is a modified BMW... >>

BMW 5 Series GT hydrogen fuel cell first drive: Driving into the future?

BMW 5 Series GT hydrogen fuel cell first drive: Driving into the future?

By 1 July 2015

It's almost strange to think how nonchalantly we consume the world's depleting fossil fuel reserves. Sure, it's fun to hammer a performance car down the motorway (or even a normal car for that matter), with that satisfying hum from the exhausts, but the... >>

Hydrogen fuel cell powered VW Golf SportWagen HyMotion unveiled with 310-mile range

Hydrogen fuel cell powered VW Golf SportWagen HyMotion unveiled with 310-mile range

By 20 November 2014

Volkswagen has unveiled an innovative new car, the Golf SportWagen HyMotion that uses hydrogen fuel cells, making it eco-friendly but super high tech. Hydrogen powered cars only produce water as a byproduct making them environmentally friendly. They can... >>

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

By 4 April 2014

A pioneering deal worth £31 million is being signed by Honda, coordinated by the Mayor of London's office, that aims to make hydrogen fuel call cars a reality. The project, named HyFive (Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles), will be the largest of its kind... >>

Driving the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell: The world's first production hydrogen fuel cell car

Driving the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell: The world's first production hydrogen fuel cell car

By 18 July 2013

"It's right here, it's right now", said Tony Whitehorn, Hyundai UK president and CEO. He wasn't quoting Fat Boy Slim, but talking about hydrogen, which Hyundai is making a serious commitment to as a future fuel for cars, as an alternative to conventional... >>

Horizon Hydrogen car caught on video

Horizon Hydrogen car caught on video

By 4 February 2010

We first bought you news of the the Horizon H-Cell 2.0 R/C engine back at CES in January, but now the company behind the first hydrogen (toy) car has released video of it in action. The Tamiya TFR416 chassis uses the company's Hydrostik solid hydrogen... >>

Hydrofill: the desktop hydrogen refuelling station

Hydrofill: the desktop hydrogen refuelling station

By 9 January 2010

You'll soon be able to power your gadgets by water thanks to a new gadget announced at CES in Las Vegas. Horizon, the company behind the first hydrogen (toy) car is to release a fuel cell power station, called the Hydrofill, a device that turns water... >>

NICE unveils the Micro-Vett electric 500 car

NICE unveils the Micro-Vett electric 500 car

By 24 July 2008

We've seen the MyCar, and the Ze-O, but this is the limited edition Micro-Vett electric 500. This is an electric, eco version of the famous Fiat 500. Price is on application but what we do know is that it's available now, has a 2-year warranty, and is... >>

NICE shows off the Ze-O electric family car

NICE shows off the Ze-O electric family car

By 24 July 2008

The Government seems to be putting some serious clout behind alternatives to petrol-power for cars, with the PM himself stating last month that a greater take-up of electric and hybrid vehicles would be key to achieving carbon reduction targets. The NICE... >>

NICE Car Company causes an electric storm with the MyCar

NICE Car Company causes an electric storm with the MyCar

By 24 July 2008

The NICE car company launched to the world at the British International Motor Show 2 years ago, and so it seems apt that the company should return to the event to unveil three new models. The car causing the most buzz was the MyCar, which, with its Italian... >>