Hyundai will be revealing a production fuel cell SUV next week at the Consumer Electronics Show. Known as the Hyundai FCEV, the Korean automaker has released official images that show off a vehicle very similar to the concept version that was shown back in August.
The FCEV generally looks similar in size and design to the Kona, sporting very thin headlights and a large grille design. Other noteworthy exterior design traits include flush-mounted door handles for added aerodynamic qualities and a unique wheel design similar to what was on the original concept vehicle.
Hyundai isn’t saying much about the FCEV just yet, but they have confirmed it will pack some of the company’s latest autonomous driving technology, including what Hyundai calls Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Details of the system are expected to be announced on Jan. 8th.
The fuel cell electric powertrain is expected to churn out about 160 horsepower and offer a driving range of just shy of 500 miles per tank of hydrogen. Expect additional details about the FCEV powertrain during its reveal in Vegas.