http://insideevs.com/hyundai-hydrogen-f ... les-range/
Hyundai Hydrogen Fuel Cell SUV Will Have 500 Miles Of Range
This has previously been mentioned in the thread, and we should undoubtedly multiply that by say .7 to reflect real world U.S. results. There is some further info:
. . . But Hyundai not only wants to lead in range, but also infrastructure. “We want to lead the changes in terms of technology,” said Kim Sae-hoon, who oversees fuel-cell technology at Hyundai. “When there is industrial restructuring and emergence of new technologies, it gives a new opportunity to us.” In total, Hyundai sold just 242 ix35 fuel-cell vehicles last year compared to Toyota’s 2,050 Mirais sold, 1,000 of which were in Japan.
Already the South Korean government has announced a goal of putting more than 10,000 FCVs on the road, exporting 14,000 units, and installing more than 100 charging stations by 2020. A so-called “Hydrogen Council” set up earlier in the year hopes to put those plans in to place with a more than $10 billion investment.
We'll see how much of this actually happens. I'm sure they'll get the cars and buses out in time for the Olympics, but the rest strikes me as being a lot more questionable.