As the world evolves towards a low-carbon economy, major corporations across a range of industries are planning to join forces to foster the use of hydrogen as the missing link in the energy transition.
Once you look beyond burning fossil fuels, using any source of powertrain for vehicles is, in theory, possible.
By 2020, Hyundai expects to launch 14 or more environmentally-focused models, including hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles.
In 2015, Japanese car giant Toyota began selling in Europe and California its Mirai car, a futuristic vehicle which uses a hydrogen fuel-cell for power and which emits only water vapor from the tail pipe as a by-product.
In 2018, Hyundai signed a landmark contract to provide 1,000 hydrogen trucks in Switzerland.