The Japanese carmaker made 24,000 of its electrified-related patents free to use for its rival companies.
The theme of the commercial is fans’ dedication to their teams – and, of course, Hyundai’s Nexo crossover.
Offered in a single configuration, Hyundai’s new Nexo FCV costs a staggering £65,995.
Toyota’s pressurized rover has a fuel-cell powertrain and should have its first space outing in 2029.
The 2019 World Car of the Year finalists have been announced during the Geneva Motor Show.
The Nexo runs on hydrogen and emits only water vapor, but it costs as much as an Audi Q7.
The mysterious new model will be unveiled on January 14th.
The Nexo is a competent, comfortable crossover; it’s just that the world isn’t ready for it yet.
Electric vehicles are all the rage, but Hyundai is embracing fuel cells such as the Nexo.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Hyundai Nexo and Lexus ES are this year’s big winners.
The Hyundai Motor Group aims to produce 700,000 fuel cells annually by 2030.
Hyundai’s hydrogen-powered Nexo won’t be available with any optional extras allegedly, as customers can only choose between two trim levels.