Because they are claiming that the hydrogen fuel cell is at a level of technological development where it can be implemented in cars on in a more substantial way. The only thing halting the development of fuel cells at this point, says Mercedes, is lack of readily available supply of hydrogen for recharging.
Based on some of the grotesquely greedy things that auto manufacturers do to make a profit, I am going to say that it is because they simply do not want to produce real battery-powered electric cars. Battery electric vehicles are very durable and will never break down unless the auto manufacturer figures out a way to do it. So, a company that makes good electric cars may not be able to sell its customers a new vehicle every eight years. If Mercedes can make a hydrogen car that breaks down more easily than it can make an electric car break down, it will try to sell hydrogen cars not matter how ill-conceived the idea is. Unfortunately, that’s how it works in economics.
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