#9/10 Toyota Mirai
The Mirai’s primary advantage is that it’s an all-electric car that doesn’t suffer from typical electric-vehicle limitations. It uses hydrogen as fuel, which is converted into electricity to power the car. Also, it takes just a few minutes to refill rather than the hours to recharge a conventional electric vehicle. Besides, the Mirai’s 275-mile range exceeds most EVs by a wide margin. Even better: The only tailpipe emission is water vapor. Although the Toyota Mirai is proof that hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles are a viable transportation option, but not yet for widespread use.