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Hyundai FE Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept Debuts in Geneva

Hyundai FE Hydrogen Fuel Cell Concept Debuts in Geneva

The Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept made its debut in Geneva today, showcasing the automaker’s commitment to zero-emission mobility with a crossover that offers 490 miles of range.

Hyundai says the FE Fuel Cell Concept previews one of a series of 14 green technology vehicles to be introduced over the next three years that will include electric, hybrid gas-electric, plug-in hybrid or hydrogen fuel cell powertrains.

The concept features fuel cell technology that is 20 percent lighter and 10 percent more efficient than the current generation used in the Tucson ix35 Fuel Cell, with the power density of the stack increased by 30 percent.

Dubbed the ‘FE’ for Future Eco, the concept is said take its inspiration from its fuel source and include unique features such as a humidifier that uses water emitted from the vehicle during the power generation process and a trunk that provides storage and charging space for an electric scooter.





 

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  1. megeebee
    The concept features fuel cell technology that is 20 percent lighter and 10 percent more efficient than the current generation used in the Tucson ix35


    Encouraging. The march toward Electrification takes another step.

    The Concept itself is good looking in my opinion. I see a lot of Infiniti in it but htat's not a bad thing.
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