“Having driven the ix35 the biggest compliment I can pay Hyundai is to say that the vehicle drove as well as any other vehicle in its class and it was not obvious that this was a different drive train.”
Elliott Woodhead, Director of Partnerships and SME at Arval UK, tested the Korean fuel cell car and was quite impressed when likening its performance to diesel- or petrol-powered models.
“Everyone is working on electric cars while actually waiting for fuel cell technology.”
Helmut Becker, analyst at the Institute for Economic Analysis and Communication in Munich, believes that the car industry’s efforts to build EVs only serve as alibi to not openly oppose the discussion around CO2 emissions.
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