Hyundai aims to compete with Toyota with latest fuel cell vehicle

Fuel Cell Vehicle - Competition

Fuel cell vehicle will allow Hyundai to establish a strong presence in clean transportation South Korean automaker has announced that it will be launching a new fuel cell vehicle next year. The announcement was made at the Geneva Motor Show and highlights the company’s continued efforts to establish a lead in the clean transportation space. One of Hyundai’s goals is to compete more aggressively with Toyota, which has already launched a modestly successful fuel cell vehicle of its own. Hyundai intends to build a major presence in emerging markets where…

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Honda shows off its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle at Geneva Motor Show

Clarity Fuel Cell has its second European debut Honda has unveiled its new fuel cell vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show, marking the second debut that the vehicle has made in Europe. The Clarity Fuel Cell vehicle is Honda’s latest entry into the clean transportation market and is the first vehicle to house a hydrogen fuel cell and drivetrain system under its hood. This ensures that the vehicle is larger than its competitors, boasting of a five-seat layout. This feature alone may be enough to interest consumers, but the Clarity…

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Morgan’s new three-wheel electric car is green in more ways than one

The fully electric Morgan EV3 isn’t like other electric vehicles. Earlier this week, the Morgan Motor Company – a British automaker known for its vintage-style three-wheeler cars – showed off the pre-production form of its fully-electric three-wheel electric car, the Morgan EV3, for the first time, at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. For an electric vehicle, the car is not only unique because of its vintage, yet futuristic appearance, but also because it has a chassis made from ash wood, which will make it one of the more sustainably…

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New fuel cell vehicle to begin testing in Germany

Quant wins approval to test its new fuel cell vehicle A new fuel cell vehicle is getting ready to hit the roads in Germany. Quant has been working on a vehicle that makes use of its innovative flow-cell technology. This vehicle is called the Quant e-Sportslimousine and was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. The vehicle promises to be more environmentally friendly than its conventional counterparts. Testing this vehicle in the real world will soon become a reality thanks to the approval the vehicle has received…

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