(Not visible—located on other side of vehicle) Drivers would fill the car
with hydrogen just as they do with gasoline, through an opening on the side of
the vehicle. The main difference is that a fuel cell car must be grounded
before fueling to rid the car of hazardous static electricity. For this reason,
this model has two side-by-side openings, with the latch to open the hydrogen
filler mouth located inside the opening for the grounding wire. The
manufacturer says filling up this model's two tanks at a hydrogen filling
station would take about three minutes.