Fuel cell vehicle fueling isn't exactly quick. https://www.cars.com/articles/fill-er-up-refueling-the-2016-toyota-mirai-1420690448036/ That's quicker than recharging a Bolt, but 6:30 is a long time to fill up when a Volt can refill an empty tank in less than a minute, PLUS there's a lot more fussing and checking things than even a CCS charger getting going...Since there are so few hydrogen fueling stations it has no practical application at the moment. I'd love it though. You could keep the advantage of charging at home for the 90% of the time you drive locally and get the benefit of fast fueling when on longer trips. However, with 320 kW DCFC the fast fueling advantage may be short lived.
I have been suggesting such a car for a few years now... it would make sense since you have the same engine/motor in both. Issue with ICE range extender is you have dual engines/motors, so having a single one would make more sense.Oh woes, now they've done it.
An electric car with fuel cell range extender.
Who would have thought.
Two in Finland. One in Helsinki harbor and another in Mäntyharju hydrogen factory. Currently used by the single fuel cell vehicle operated by the hydrogen manufacturer using Hyundai Tuscon (ix35 FCV).Do you have a lot of hydrogen stations over there in the EU?
Smells like a concept PR job from here.
Vlad?Guess who's supplying part of the hydrogen.