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”You drive an electric car but Fuel cell powered car seems to be the answer. Have you looked into Toyota Mirai?
yes, I did. Although my choice of driving Tesla is not just considering which technology is better, I have looked at the alternatives when I switched from ICE car to the new technology.
In my option, too, Fuel cell system (hydrogen) seems to make sense until you understand how it works. But then, why a mega company like Toyota is banking on the Hydrogen cell powered vehicle?
Toyota has kicked off with Prius which is a hybrid-powered of a traditional gas engine and Lipo batteries. It was a transition from ICE to Electric and they have pretty much dominated the market 15 years ago. Unfortunately, they didn’t continue developing Prius. If they have made Prius to 100% electric today, they have taken the lead and Tesla has never established back in 10 years ago. Toyota has been investing in Fuel Cell technology so much that they can’t back out at this time. My insights informed me that the decision to go with Fuel cell system is more political than anything else.
This video below pretty much thumbs up. Hope this helps : )
Maxell battery technology will increase by approx. 20% of from the current Tesla’s battery. In short, the current lipo battery was developed from 1970s. Still very good though, the energy density, how fast they can be charged and discharged, how many times they can be ‘cycled’, most importantly how ‘safe’ they are… are one of many determined factors to debut in the market. Yes, there are thousands of “tech companies” claim one’s battery technology can revolutionalize the industry, yet we have not seen any ‘break-through / practical solution’ in 2019 at this moment. No doubt, Tesla currently owns the #1 battery technology in the world “by far”. I am thrilled to hear that they have decided to acquire this small company in California.