In short, yes, but it ultimately depends on the car’s design.
If the car has an internal combustion engine that is fueled with pure hydrogen instead of gasoline, it is ostensibly just as powerful as a normal car (depending on engine type, of course). However, if it has a fuel cell (which separates the single electron from the single proton in a hydrogen atom and uses the electrons to produce electricity), the car is likely to be slightly less powerful because fuel cells are hefty and add significant weight, putting a bigger strain on the motor in order to move the vehicle forward.
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