Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Hydrogen-powered SUV goes to a customer in Southern California.
Two trims and no options for the So-Cal exclusive, but generous spec.
Battery power comes from hydrogen fuel cell or simply by plugging in.
More than 400 miles of range, and it can generate water.
If the Kona Electric's suspension is engineered for a sprightly, even somewhat sporty feel, the Nexo is tuned for luxury.
It'll beat EV trucks from Tesla and Daimler to market
Range has improved from 200 miles to more than 300.
"We're going to shift from limited production to mass production."
Mirai is hand-built now; company will lower cost of fuel cell stacks, too.
A move to bring down costs and increase acceptance.
When we travelled to South Korea to test out the new Hyundai Santa Fe, we also got a chance behind the wheel of the new hydrogen-powered Nexo fuel-cell SUV. Hyundai unveiled the Nexo at CES in January as a replacement for the Tucson Fuel Cell, which logged miles and gathered data in 18 countries over the course of its generation. The Nexo is an improvement: It's more efficient, packed with smarter driver assistance technologies and, in our opinion, is more attractive.
The three cars completed their trial run in regular traffic.
The report said one in 12 cars sold in California, Germany and Japan were expected to be powered by hydrogen by 2030.
It has a range of more than 400 miles.
Two models with a range of between 800 miles to 1,200 miles.