Popular Mechanics finds a new use for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles: Facials. Yes, the steamy exhaust makes for a pore-opening experience like none other. Besides that, they also find that the vehicle works like most any other, when driving at least. However, the mechanicals of the vehicle are rather special, as our very own Sam reported on himself when he got an early look at the vehicle. The on-board hydrogen tank holds ten pounds of the compressed gas, according to the video, and the fuel cell is capable of charging the lithium ion batteries. Alternatively, the vehicle's 336-volt battery pack can be recharged by plugging into a standard outlet. Click here for the complete article from Popular Mechanics. Thanks for the tip, Matt!
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[Source: Popular Mechanics]