How Do Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars Work?
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars
A hydrogen car uses hydrogen as its onboard fuel for motive power. The power plants of such cars change the chemical energy of hydrogen to mechanical energy, by burning hydrogen in an internal combustion motor, or by reacting hydrogen with oxygen in a fuel cell to run electric motors.
Toyota launched it’s first production fuel cell car, the Toyota Mirai, in Japan at the end of 2014. Sales in the US began in 2015. Toyota Mirai has a range of 312 miles (502 km) and takes about five minutes to refill it’s hydrogen tank.
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