Space in a car is limited, yet hydrogen
is the most dispersive element in the universe and normally requires lots of
room. A challenge for manufacturers is how to compress the gas into tanks small
enough to fit in a compact car and yet still provide enough fuel for hundreds
of miles of driving between refuelings. The two high-pressure hydrogen tanks in
this vehicle can hold up to 3.75 kilograms of hydrogen compressed to roughly 5,000
PSI—enough to enable an EPA-rated 190 miles of driving before
refueling, the manufacturer says.