With the unveiling of the production Toyota Mirai, all eyes are on hydrogen fuel again, and the question of whether automakers and governments can make the power source and infrastructure work. But there have been some fascinating hydrogen experiments over the decades.

Did you know that in 2009, Ford made a 770 horsepower Fusion (of all things) with hydrogen power that ran 209 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats? Not bad. Not bad at all.

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That's our question of the day: What's the fastest hydrogen vehicle? Notice I said "vehicle," not "car," so feel free to make the answer something that isn't limited to just four wheels.