The Hyundai ix35 is the Korean company’s first attempt to bring hydrogen-fuelled cars to the mass market, promising zero-emissions and more convenience at the pump. But with electric vehicles being backed by most of the big car-makers now, is hydrogen off to a late start in the race for green driving? Adam Vaughan takes it for a spin to find out more.
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