Hyundai unveils Nexo, its next-gen hydrogen fuel cell car
The opportunity to design a completely new typology of vehicle is extremely rare.
The brief was to design a hydrogen fuel cell car, but for the first time one designed completely from the ground up.
An SUV typology.
The first true fuel cell SUV design, a unique challenge.
We call the Nexo a future utility vehicle.
It is immensely practical and affords owners an overnoticable cutting edge convenience and driver assistance Technology.
Nexo is eco friendly fuel cell portrain, optimize hydrogen utilization and component [UNKNOWN].
[UNKNOWN], the world's best fuel cell system efficiency at 60%.
Not only that, we made component Smaller and lighter while improving the hydrogen tank storage density.
This allows Nexo to realize your world-leading driving range, which is expected to be 370 miles in the US.
Fully refueling Nexo Takes just 5 minutes.
The new generation [UNKNOWN] NEXO generator maximum power output of over 120 kilowatt.
[UNKNOWN] is comparable to that of an internal combustion engine in a segment of a similarity size of the vehicle.
Traditionally, difficult technical problem surrounding all the stuff for [UNKNOWN] Next we will reliable distract, even when the ambient temperature drops below -20 degrees Fahrenheit.
[UNKNOWN] Just like battery-powered EVs, these are free from any greenhouse gas emissions.
But they are even better than traditional EVs in that they also filter and purify the air as they drive.
When air filters through the Nexo, Was tarnishing me, 99.9% of fine [UNKNOWN] purify.
And the instrument across of this praise, how much you have contribute to cleaning the environment around you.
We will continue to make [UNKNOWN] technology some more Rider, and we do greater power output.
Doing so will allow us to expand our fuel cell EV technology beyond SUVs to sedans, trucks, and buses.
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