that's because it's still in the beta testing for most manufacturers, and most of the cars are hand built/assembled, just like electric cars were back in the mid-nineties. Toyota says they expect to launch a production model in 2015 and you are going to see the acceptance rate of hydrogen fuel cells to be similar to those of the hybrid acceptance rate back in the late nineties.
Were there any numbers on how much the cars themselves are going to cost? It seems to me that each company just keeps one example of the technology, but no production cars have ever come out for sale, lease only.
Electric cars on the other hand are already available from many companies
they currently lease for 600/month, $4 less than a 2012 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Prestige, which is around 45 grand to buy. once they go into mass production I'd expect them to be at the max, 32,000 (the price of the most expensive prius) but most likely around 25,000
Edited by avelanch, 29 October 2012 - 04:35 PM.