Hyundai’s electric strategy – two prongs to success?
German and European car manufacturers are currently fully committed to the battery and still very hesitant regarding the fuel cell. Toyota is doing it the other way around. Hyundai wants to develop both technologies in parallel. A closer look at what the Koreans have in mind.
Stop talking, start doing
South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in is setting a good example by using a Hyundai Nexo as his official car. He will be demonstrating the technology for locals, doing marketing and addressing range anxiety in one.
Strong demand for Hyundai Nexo FCV in Korea
Hyundai has started sales of its Nexo fuel cell electric car in Korea and says it received over 1,000 orders in the first week. With Korea’s high EV subsidies, Hyundai can offer the Nexo for about 25,000 euros in its home market.
Hyundai Nexo shall cost less than ix35 Fuel Cell
Nexo is the second generation of Hyundai’s fuel cell SUV and has been recently presented together with its technical specs. Now, information about the pricing is available, too. Thus, the model will be slightly less expensive than its predecessor, the ix35 Fuel Cell for 65,000 euros.
Hyundai presents next-gen fuel cell SUV called Nexo
In the spotlights of the CES, Hyundai has taken the wraps off its second-generation fuel cell SUV and revealed that it is going to be called Nexo. The carmaker also published further tech specs, thus the model’s range will be 500 miles (800 km) according to NEFZ.