UPS just bought 3 from Peterbilt/Toyota and apparently Nikola fuel-cell semis are really selling — 800 to Budweiser?!
Elon calls fuel cells fool cells. I don't understood why car companies are so devoted to fuel cell cars when they don't sell, there are few fueling stations, and electrics (at least from Tesla) are so popular.
What I didn't know is that it feels very different in the truck world where fuel cells seem to be off to a very strong start, apparently dominating Teslas efforts. Apparently, these trucks can get 300 miles range with hydrogen, which is enough since they do the same route every day so a large fueling infrastructure isn't needed?