Upfront costs for hydrogen models are also higher with the Hyundai Nexo costing upwards of £68,000.
Electric models are starting to decrease in price with the affordable Renault Zoe available for around £50,000 cheaper with an £18,000 price tag.
There are also issues around knowledge with road users possibly not aware of hydrogen cars and what they can offer.
In a bid to educate drivers on what the new cars are and how they work, Mr May said hydrogen models were effectively “still an electric car”.
Source: | This article originally belongs to Express.co.uk
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