A new fuel cell vehicle is expected to hit the road in 2017, but a competitor is set to challenge it.
Oakley has launched the FuelCell concept in the United States.
The FuelCell’s three fuel cells combine to provide an electric range of 300 miles.
Its electric range is 100 percent on its batteries, which can charge at up to 5,000 miles per hour.
It can charge via a USB port, so the battery can be used for charging at home.
But the fuel cell’s main advantages lie in its range.
The FuelCell can charge its batteries up to 3,500 miles per day.
That’s the equivalent of a trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco in just four days.
That’s a long way from the average EV, which will charge its battery in just three days.
And that’s assuming the vehicle’s battery can stay charged at all.
This means that, in a few short months, the Fuelcell will have more range than the average car.
Fuel Cell EVs in the US will be a mix of electric, hybrid, and plug-in electric vehicles, according to a statement from Oakley.
“Oakley is committed to delivering a fuel cell car that can match the range of our existing vehicles.
We are also excited to be partnering with other companies to explore this next exciting market,” the company said in the statement.
At the time of this writing, the company didn’t have a product for the US market.
If you would like to read more about the Fuel Cell concept, here’s a bit of background on its development.