Toyota is using an adapted Toyota Fuel Cell System (TFCS) system—as seen in the Mirai car—for a new fleet of buses that will be sold in Japan beginning early next year.

The Clarity Fuel Cell fits five passengers and can travel 366 miles on a single tank.

BMW will have fuel-cell cars ready for when the fundamentals are in place.

The company dropped the Mirai’s lease price by $150 a month.

With 37-inch BF Goodrich tires and 11.8 inches of ground clearance, the fuel-cell Chevy Colorado ZH2, introduced at the huge Association of the United States Army (AUSA) trade show in Washington, appears to be a cousin to the Hummers that are all over the hall.

The drive demonstrated California's progress with its network of hydrogen fueling stations.

Kia confirmed plans for a 2020 launch for an all-new hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.

Audi is expected to start production of a fuel-cell car by 2020.

Mahindra is considering real-world production of a zero-emissions supercar.

Building awareness is exactly what Toyota is now doing in Australia, where there’s currently no hydrogen infrastructure, but a great deal of interest in the Mirai—which is now on the road in Japan, the U.S., U.K., Germany, Denmark, Belgium and Norway. Building awareness is exactly what Toyota is now doing in...