Hyundai officially begins selling its Nexo in South Korea

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Automaker has now officially launched the Nexo Hyundai has officially begun selling its new hydrogen-powered vehicle, the Nexo, in South Korea. The Nexo represents the automaker’s next step in producing vehicles that use clean technology and produce no harmful emissions. Hyundai has shown particular interest in fuel cells, which consume hydrogen to generate electricity. The company has already found modest success with fuel cell vehicles, having launched its first models in promising markets a few years ago. Pre-order period in the US sees 1,061 models sold in eight days Hyundai’s…

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New hydrogen fuel production facility to be built in Adelaide

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$11.4 million hydrogen production facility finds a home in Adelaide, Australia A new hydrogen fuel production facility is set to be built in Adelaide, Australia. The project will be developed by the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group and will cost approximately $11.4 million. Some of the funding has been provided by the South Australian government through its Renewable Technology Fund. The new facility is meant to generate the hydrogen needed to power vehicles equipped with fuel cell systems. Facility will use renewable energy to produce hydrogen The new facility will make…

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Hyundai bring fuel cell vehicles to the Winter Olympics

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Hyundai’s Nexo is shuttling people around the Olympic Games Hyundai is transporting attendees of the Winter Olympics in South Korea around with its new fuel cell vehicle, the Nexo. The new SUV first made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show last month. The Nexo represents Hyundai’s latest efforts to bring fuel cells into the transportation space. Hyundai is showcasing the capabilities of the Nexo through a series of ride-along demonstrations in PyeoungChang. The automaker hopes that these demonstrations will generate strong interest in the new vehicle equipped with a…

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Hyundai brings clean vehicles to the Winter Olympics

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Clean cars are on display at the Olympic Games in South Korea The 2018 Winter Olympics have arrived in South Korea and the event is beginning to highlight the capabilities of self-driving, clean vehicles. Those attending the event, which is being hosted in Pyeongchang, are using shuttle buses to travel around. These buses are equipped with clean power systems as well as autonomous technology. South Korean automaker Hyundai has also brought its fuel cell vehicles to the Olympic Games in order to provide attendees with clean transportation. Hyundai’s Nexo is…

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Hyundai NEXO has successfully tested level 4 autonomous technology

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Hyundai has reached a major milestone with self-driving technology South Korean automaker Hyundai has successfully completed a test of its level 4 self-driving vehicle technology. The technology is being used to by Hyundai’s NEXO, the latest fuel cell vehicle developed by the automaker. The company set the NEXO on a 118 mile journey from Seoul to Pyeonchang. The NEXO is completely powered by hydrogen fuel, making use of an advanced fuel cell system developed by Hyundai itself. The new vehicle is meant to showcase how autonomous technology can be used…

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Automaker has revealed the name of its new fuel cell vehicle

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Automaker has revealed the name of its new fuel cell vehicle Hyundai has revealed the name of its next fuel cell vehicle. Called NEXO, the new car represents the automaker’s progress in embracing clean transportation. NEXO will be equipped with advanced fuel cell technology as well as several other improvements. Hyundai will make NEXO its flagship clean vehicle, highlighting the company’s ongoing plan to become more environmentally friendly and embrace clean energy. Hyundai plans to release no fewer than 18 clean vehicles by 2025. Hyundai believes that hydrogen fuel is…

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