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Top 15 Hydrogen Car Milestones of 2015

A review of the year 2015 has unveiled many key hydrogen car milestones. In fact, there were so many that I could not possibly fit them all into one blog post. So I’ve pared the list down to my top 15.

Top 15 Hydrogen Car Milestones of 2015

  1. Toyota Mirai (pictured above) rolled out for sale and lease at dealerships in the U. S. and UK
  2. Nissan changed course and committed to building a fuel cell vehicle
  3. Mercedes-Benz announced that 2017 GLC F-Cell is in the works
  4. 1st ever National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day was celebrated on October 8th, 2015
  5. Hyundai introduced hydrogen fuel cell self-driving R car
  6. Mercedes-Benz introduced F 015 concept driverless car
  7. Honda FCV Concept was officially debuted at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
  8. Renault Kangoo ZE with Symbio FCell was unveiled in France
  9. BMW i8 Hydrogen prototype was spotted taking laps on a track in July 2015
  10. BMW 5 Series GT was shown at the BMW Group Innovation Days 2015
  11. Toyota FCV Plus prototype was unveiled
  12. Taiwan rolled out the country’s first hydrogen fuel cell hybrid car
  13. The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell was introduced to Australia
  14. NanoFlowcell QUANTiNO concept was unveiled
  15. Lexus LF-FC was introduced at 44th Tokyo Motor Show

As previously stated, there were many more H2 milestones that could have been added to the list. What was your favorite milestone that isn’t mentioned on this list?

 

About Hydro Kevin Kantola

Hydro Kevin Kantola
I'm a hydrogen car blogger, editor and publisher interested in documenting the history and the progression of hydrogen cars, vehicles and infrastructure worldwide.

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  1. We had some really impressive developments with hydrogen cars during 2015! Especially with the introduction of the driver less Mercedes-Benz!

    Thanks for sharing!

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