With the state of California’s updated zero-emissions vehicle mandate — which mandates that 22 percent of cars sold by 2025 produce zero emissions — automakers are feeling the pressure to produce more energy efficient vehicles, according to Energy.gov. Eight other states (Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont) may opt in to the zero emissions mandate, helping to create a bigger market for alternative fuel cars. A new car, powered by hydrogen fuel cells, offers consumers a green choice and will help automakers meet the new mandate.
When you think of the “most stylish cars,” you might consider some of the most exotic-looking new cars available to those with deep pockets. But who can pinpoint exactly what makes a car stylish? A stylish car is not necessarily the best-looking car of its day (or year), but one whose magnificence stands the test of time. And stylishness isn’t exclusively about design or performance—it’s also the sum of so many intangibles that the best we can say is, well, we know it when we see it.