Hyundai Unveils H350 Fuel Cell Concept At 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show

Posted: Sep 22 2016, 10:31pm CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Hyundai Unveils H350 Fuel Cell Concept at 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show
  • H350 Fuel Cell Concept takes under four minutes to ‘refuel’
  • Zero-emissions powertrain has no impact on load space

Hyundai revealed the H350 Fuel Cell concept at the 2016 IAA commercial vehicle show in Hanover. Here are the Details of H350 Fuel Cell Concept.

Hyundai has been testing widely with its hydrogen fuel cell. It has been successful in most of the attempts. Now the company is moving forward with another step. Thus they introduced the concept of a light weight commercial vehicle that can run on hydrogen fuel cell.

This vehicle will be really economical if it will run on the hydrogen fuel technology. The most prominent and best thing about the hydrogen fuel cell is that it takes only 4 minutes to charge it to the full.

Another major thing that should be noticed is that it provides zero-emission technology. This means that it is best for the environment. As commercial vehicles are the ones that emit a large amount of fumes, thus introducing this kind of technology will ensure green nature.

This concept was recently launched by the company. According to this a 175 liter tank of hydrogen fuel cell will be able to be filled in mere four minutes. This is equivalent to the time taken in order to fill a diesel of gasoline truck too.

However the greater advantage in this condition is that this vehicle will emit no fumes but only water which is excellent for nature. The H350 Fuel Cell concept vehicle will be able to give almost 422km on the full tank of hydrogen cell fuel.

The Hyundai labs are off to explore major four areas while implementing this technology. These will include freedom to connect every day, the freedom to maneuver the vehicle anywhere by choice, the freedom from accidents and the freedom from environmental pollution. These four factors are a major part of hydrogen fuel cell program launched by Hyundai.

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