Nissan has gone all-in on electric power in recent years, both when it comes to cars and the infrastructure needed to keep them going. Unfortunately, range anxiety and charge times mean EVs still have some way to go before they’re a viable alternative to internal combustion, which is where fuel cells could hold an advantage. The latest car to test the waters with fuel-cell electric power is the e-NV200, which promises a range of 600 km from its new solid oxide fuel-cell.
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