Hyundai will be launching its latest hydrogen (H2)-powered fuel cell vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
In addition to using H2 to create electricity, the new vehicle will also be equipped with a suite of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. The new fuel cell EV is the newest edition to the Hyundai’s eco-vehicle portfolio, which includes the Ioniq family of hatchbacks that include a pure EV, plug-in and conventional hybrid technology.
Beyond the FCEV vehicle, Hyundai will also display H2 fuel cell technology that can be adapted for home use via a section of the booth dedicated to Hyundai’s Hydrogen Life Vision.
The new environmentally friendly vehicle, which still remains un-named, will replace the Tuscon fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV).
Hyundai’s latest H2-powered fuel cell vehicle
Symbio, the French Leader and manufacturer of hydrogen (H2) fuel cell vehicles in Europe, has announced a hydrogen fuel cell integration to Nissan electric vehicle to tackle air pollution in urban areas.
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