In the next few years, we'll answer a lot of questions about the electric vehicle market. Will Tesla's forthcoming, entry-level Model 3 be a winner? Will oil prices stay down and squelch enthusiasm for electric cars? And, speaking of enthusiasm, does the public truly, legitimately—deep in its heart—actually want EVs?
Fuel cell technology is a slow sell, but companies are still climbing on the bandwagon. Honda has been in the game for a while, with its newly retired FCX Clarity fuel cell vehicle. But fear not, fuel cell fans! The Honda FCV is making its North American debut in Detroit and will be available in the United States by late spring 2016.
Diesel vehicles are still rare in the United States. Because of their superior efficiency and power relative to gasoline, however, Land Rover is adding diesel versions of two of its most popular sport utility vehicles, and—surprise!—they're actually coming to the United States this time.