“Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles are currently the most promising 300+-mile range, quick refill, petroleum/emissions-free option. If you want all of those elements, this is the best option we see. We don’t see Li-ion, Li-air getting us to this point.”
Mark Mathias, Director of GM’s Fuel Cell R&D department, at the SAE symposium where he delivered insights on the current status of the development partnership with Honda and the companies’ plans for 2020.
“We had conversations with Apple. I can’t comment on whether those revolved around any kind of acquisition.”
In an interview with Bloomberg, Elon Musk cofirmed a meeting with Apple but said that anything that would distract Tesla from its current goal to build a compelling mass market electric car is most unlikely to happen.