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Global Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Analysis 2017-2021: More than 11 Automakers Will Roll Out Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles by 2021 -


The "Hydrogen
Fuel Cell Vehicles - A Global Analysis"
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By year-end 2017, a total of 6,364 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have been
sold globally since 2013 when the vehicles first became available

This is a comprehensive status report on the market for hydrogen fuel
cell vehicles. The report discusses major players and product rollouts,
along with a detailed analysis of automaker plans and strategies. The
report carries out an in-depth analysis of this emerging market,
providing data on the sales of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by automaker
and by region.

Over 50 percent of these vehicles were sold in California making the
state a model of success in the deployment of the technology. Of the
remaining countries, the lion's share went to Japan which is at the
forefront of hydrogen station deployments.

Among automakers, Toyota has been the most successful, accounting for
over 77 percent of the sales. Moreover, hydrogen fuel cell vehicle sales
in 2017 were almost double the total sales in the previous years.

Hydrogen infrastructure is coming along steadily, albeit slowly, said
the lead author of the report. In northeast U.S., hydrogen station
buildout is gathering momentum, giving automakers a second market in the

According to the author, a respectable hydrogen fueling ecosystem will
not be ready until 2020. The slow buildout of the hydrogen stations has
given an opening to battery electric vehicles whose sales are rapidly
gaining ground.

The author, who is bullish on the future of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles,
said battery electric vehicles will be short-term beneficiaries of the
movement towards zero-emission vehicles. However, as the hydrogen
infrastructure evolves, fuel cell vehicles will pick up traction.

By 2021, at least 11 automakers will have rolled out hydrogen fuel cell
vehicles, including Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai, Kia, Honda, Mercedes-Benz
and BMW. Other entrants in this space include Tata Motors, Pininfarina
S.p.A. (owned by Mahindra & Mahindra), Riversimple and the RONN Motor

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

3 Toyota

4 Honda

5 Hyundai

6 General Motors


8 Nissan

9 Kia

10 Ford

11 Daimler

12 Volkswagen

13 SAIC Motor

14 PSA Group

15 Suzuki Motors

16 Mazda

17 Mitsubishi

18 Tata Motors

19 Mahindra & Mahindra

20 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

21 Groupe Renault

22 Riversimple Movement Ltd.

23 RONN Motor Group

24 Symbio

25 Market Developments and Forecasts

26 Conclusion

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