California-based company working on a hydrogen fuel cell supercar. The same company also has "energy" and "aerospace" divisions, all focused on hydrogen.
Hydrogen supercar maker Hyperion isn't happy about the state of hydrogen fuel infrastructure, so it's decided to start building its own, rolling out yacht-styled mobile hydrogen stations across the United States that can generate fuel on-site.
California's Hyperion has released images, video and details on its wild-looking XP-1 hydrogen supercar, the first fuel cell performance car. Forget the Lucid Air's 517-mile range, this electric beast will go more than 1,000 miles on a tank of H2.
Next month will see the launch of what looks to be a radically new and interesting vehicle from California-based company Hyperion Motors. The XP-1 aims to be the first to deliver supercar-level performance using a hydrogen fuel cell.