Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán recently paid a visit to Opel’s HQ in Rüsselsheim, Germany to learn more of the automaker’s strategy for sustainable mobility. While Orbán was at Opel, the company announced by 2015/2016, it would be possible to sell a fuel cell vehicle if the infrastructure is available, which is always a huge determining factor when it comes to powering vehicles from something other than petrol.
While 2016 seems like a long way off, we would like to think that this is certainly within GM Europe’s means to deliver such a product by then. So, who has some far-fetched speculation they would like to share? Sound off in the comments below!