The new Honda FCX fuel cell concept car has a 100 kW power system, a 350 mile range, operation at -20 F and a new more compact fuel storage system. It is supplied with a new version of Honda's home energy system, powered by natural gas, that generates hydrogen, electricity and heat for water heating, that is claimed to reduce household energy consumption by 50%.
It sounds like a lot of progress in this type of car, but generating hydrogen from natural gas is not what we need. No mention of price, its a concept car, but it sounds expensive. I'm still not convinced that hydrogen is the way to go.
Green Car Congress has its usual excellent write-up about the car.