Toyota plans on having hydrogen cars available for consumers in California, Japan and Germany by 2015. These cars are prohibitively expensive to make – some manufacturers assumed the cars would cost $1 million each. There also aren’t widely available fueling stations.
Currently Toyota has production on the vehicles down to less than $100,000 per car, and they plan to halve that before cars are available for consumers.
In addition, Honda has been leasing hydrogen cars to drivers in Los Angeles since 2008.
Hydrogen cars exist now — a better question is when they’re going to be viable in the mainstream. Automakers say 2015, and based on where costs have been going, that seems like a definite possibility. If you want one now, you can buy them here: http://www.hydrogencarsnow.com/
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