The future is coming, and it's kind of an ugly one.
Earlier this year, Hyundai debuted its Tucson Fuel Cell hydrogen vehicle, which was little more than a standard Tucson with a new drivetrain powered by compressed hydrogen. It's also only available in California. Toyota and Honda had plans to release their own hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, as well, but until recently, we hadn't heard much from either camp. Now, both Toyota and Honda have more information about their cars, and it looks like 2016 will be the year of the fuel cell.