Hyundai introduced a stunning semi concept to announce they’re exploring an entry into the U.S. commercial vehicle market.
Although total sales decreased slightly, Hyundai’s third-quarter net profit rose 59 per cent as the car manufacturer increases its focus on EVs.
The proposal would also allocate $45 billion to the expansion of EV charging networks.
The models attempted to set new records at the Bonneville Salt Flats last month.
The fuel-cell Kangoo will launch before the end of the year, followed by the Master in 2020.
The concept features an art deco design and a fuel cell powertrain.
Despite not selling in high numbers, mainly due to the limited refueling infrastructure, the two models have covered a distance equal to 17 round-trip journeys to the surface of the Moon.
The Nexo’s exhaust emits water and 99.9 per cent filtered oxygen – or else the runner would suffocate.
Hydrogen vehicles can provide power, heat, and water that could be vital in disaster zones.
Driving a gigantic 18-wheeler like the Navistar LT Series isn’t for the faint of heart.
Nick Rogers suggested fuel cell powertrains are better suited for large SUVs.
Apart from FCVs, the three partners will also work together on hybrid and battery-electric vehicles, as well as connectivity solutions.