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Hyundai I Blue
Hyundai's i-Blue fuel cell concept that made it's world debut at last fall's Frankfurt Motor Show will make it's first appearance on American shores at the Chicago Auto Show this coming week. The mid-sized crossover is Hyundai's first dedicated fuel cell vehicle design. The i-Blue uses Hyundai's third generation in-house developed fuel cell stack. The stack is mounted under the center of the floor between the frame rails. The 10,000 psi storage tank holds 115L of compressed hydrogen. That's enou
The i-Blue concept from Hyundai was on full display at the Frankfurt Motor Show earlier this year. Auto Express is now reporting that Hyundai the fuel cell technology in the i-Blue remains on track to see production in a crossover SUV in 2012 (we heard something similar a few weeks ago).
Kia Motors recently launched a company blog and the latest installment is penned by Kyehwan Roh, the Assistant Manager of Kia's Environmental Management Team. Kia developed their first electric vehicle, a lead acid battery-powered van, back in 1986 and since then has done work on hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. A fuel cell-powered Sportage CUV is currently part of a US Department of Energy test fleet.
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