BMW has launched a 7 series hydrogen powered car!
Featured in the LA Times: Automakers believe that hydrogen, the most plentiful element on the globe, could ultimately replace petroleum as the principal fuel for cars and trucks â€" although numerous issues need to be resolved. The first of the so-called Hydrogen-7 models, which follows several earlier generations of experimental BMW hydrogen-burning cars, are expected to be delivered in the first half of 2007, Huss said.
As many as 30 of the cars will be distributed in the U.S., with California a prime test area because BMW already has a liquid hydrogen fueling station at its North American engineering test center in Oxnard. Huss said BMW would work with energy companies to install fueling facilities for the program.
BMW Hydrogen Combustion 7-Series
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