Given... The technical challenges (and laws of physics) The fact that no OEM is proposing a fuel cell vehicle you can also plug in The fact that the prime demographic scorns them The lack of infrastructure It's hard not to come to the conclusion that fuel cell vehicles are more designed more for confusion than success. IMO the BIGGEST red flag that they're designed to fail is the fact that it's an electric vehicle with no plug. With limited infrastructure a plug-in FCEV should be a no-brainer... a slightly larger battery and the ability to plug it in at home would relieve the stress on the limited fueling stations. The second red flag is using Hydrogen instead of CNG... ESPECIALLY when most hydrogen comes FROM CNG!! There's already A LOT of CNG stations. There are 4 <30 miles from my home and I live in the middle of no where. My understanding is that you should be able to design a 'dual fuel' fuel cell that can accept H2 or CNG.