While most of the world is wondering when the car industry as a whole is going to decide on a replacement for the combustion engine and stick to it, Ford's off trying to break land speed records. Ford has released details on a planned 200 MPH attempt for its new Ford Fusion Hydrogen 999 car, which would make it the fastest fuel cell car in the world. The car itself will be cooled through "ice bath cooling" because the front is sealed in order to keep the drag coefficient as low as possible: at this point we're going to transfer you to the Autoblog Green guys. They know a lot more than us about cars, and happen to have a comprehensive gallery of the Hydrogen 999, too.
Read - Live shots of the Hydrogen 999
Read - Hydrogen 999 land speed record attempt