Sales will start in Southern California, and the Bay Area in early 2019
Its eVito urban delivery van will go on sale this fall.
Workhorse Group, the electric vehicle startup working on everything from a plug-in hybrid pickup truck to a prototype replacement delivery truck for the U.S. Postal Service, has teamed with a New York-based company to deliver its first zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell delivery van to FedEx.
Good news for Californians interested in leasing the Honda Clarity's fuel cell version: Honda has announced the cars have started arriving at select Honda dealerships today. The Clarity Fuel Cell will be available from 12 Honda dealers in California, namely six around the Los Angeles/Orange County areas, five in the SF Bay Area and one in Sacramento.
The HK GT is an EV with 3 configurable range-extenders, while the H2 is a fuel-cell racer
The competition is heating up, though.
Hyundai and VW partner with Silicon Valley startup Aurora on self-driving
With a 621-mile range, concept can go longer than your bladder can.
"General Motors believes in an all-electric future."
It and Toyota are coming to EVs a bit late in the game.
The thinking from Honda is that each of these powertrains is best for a certain customer.
UPS will start testing an electric truck with a hydrogen fuel-cell range-extender in Sacramento by the end of September.
The 670-horsepower truck uses two Mirais worth of fuel cells.
Batteries are getting better and cheaper, quickly.
A production version is set to launch in early 2018.
Put that H20 button to good use.