BMW's very first fuel cell vehicle is currently being developed by the German automaker. The vehicle will take the form of a large sedan and will arrive on the market sometime after 2020.
BMW is currently in a partnership with Toyota to develop hydrogen technologies and is working on a new system whereby hydrogen is compressed at exceptionally low temperatures to help increase its storage volume. Whereas Toyota’s current Mirai fuel cell car has a range of 700 km, the future BMW model’s range will be even further.
BMW officials anounced it won’t produce its hydrogen vehicle alongside Toyota due to the dramatically different audiences which the two company’s target their vehicles towards. Still, for the moment the two automakers don't mind to collaborate.