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1998 Hopes: In January 1998, of that year GM Chairman John Smith promised a production-ready fuel-cell car by “2004 or sooner.”
What Followed: Automakers demonstrated fuel-cell cars, but were never able to show any that were production-ready.
Today: The Obama Administration has chopped research funding for fuel-cell vehicles.