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Hydrogen is the fuel of the future -- and always will be. So goes a long-running joke in engineering circles. The quest to build a car powered by one of the most abundant elements on earth dates back to 1966, when GM created the first fuel-cell vehicle, the futuristically named and wildly impractical Chevrolet Electrovan. (Hydrogen tanks and fuel cells to convert the gas into electricity filled the entire rear section of the van.) In the decades since, the major automakers have spent billions in a quest to perfect the hydrogen car -- with little to show for their R&D dollars. Though hydrogen fuel cells have become much smaller, cheaper, and infinitely more efficient over the years, the technology has remained stuck on a road to nowhere. Fewer than 500 fuel-cell cars were sold globally last year, according to Navigant Research.
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