Honda is still moving forward with it's Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle: http://www.hondanews.com/channels/corporate-headlines/releases/honda-fcev-concept-makes-world-debut-at-los-angeles-international-auto-show There are some notable improvements over the current-generation FCX Clarity: The fuel cell stack is now much smaller and can fit under the front hood of the vehicle. Currently, Honda's fuel cell stack sits in the center tunnel of the vehicle (like the Chevy Volt's battery), which restricts the passenger capacity to 4 persons. Power is also now greater than 100 kW, or 134 horsepower. Not that impressive IMO, but enough for a Honda Accord sized sedan. Honda is predicting a 300-mile range and refueling time of 3 minutes, but the catch is that the hydrogen gas must be compressed at 70 MPa, which is around 10,000 PSI. Anticipated launch date is sometime in 2015. I don't think this has any realistic chance against Tesla, but it's an interesting vehicle.