Although they are not expected to reach the mass market before 2010, fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) may someday revolutionize on-road transportation. Like battery-electric vehicles, FCVs are propelled by electric motors. But while battery electric vehicles use electricity from an external source (and store it in a battery), FCVs create their own electricity. These vehicles are only available in limited numbers to select organizations with access to hydrogen refueling stations

  1. Ford Focus - 48 mpg City 53 Highway Range 200 miles
  2. Honda FCX - 62 mpg City 51 Highway Range 200 miles
  3. Mercedes Benz F-Cell - 57 mpg City 58 Highway Range 200 miles