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Hyundai teases hydrogen sports car, truck and station ahead of online forum
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Hyundai teases hydrogen sports car, truck and station ahead of online forum

Blink and you’ll miss it; that’s how quick Hyundai’s teasers of its potentially new hydrogen mobility concepts are.

The South Korean automotive giant teased the seconds-long clips ahead of its online forum Hydrogen Wave next month, in which Hyundai said it will announce its plans for a new ‘wave’ of hydrogen-based products and technologies.

Sharing three videos to its YouTube channel, the mysterious clips appear to show a hydrogen sports car, hydrogen truck and a hydrogen refuelling station, which means there could be a lot of exciting announcements to come in September!

Hydrogen Wave will be live streamed on Hyundai’s YouTube channel on September 7 at 8am UTC. We’ll be watching, will you?

 Hydrogen planes, trains and automobiles: Fuelling the future of mobility in North America

A seamless transition to zero emissions vehicles, with those powered by hydrogen playing a key role – that’s the dream for many automobile manufacturers as they look to provide eco-friendly alternatives and slowly say goodbye to conventional diesel and petrol combustion engines.

Three main players dominate this clean mobility market in North America: Honda, Hyundai and Toyota, all of which currently have hydrogen-powered vehicles running on North American roads, with the sunshine state of California being the main host of such innovations. At the time of publication, there are more than 9,200 light-duty fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) currently on Californian roads, all of which have been manufactured and supplied by Honda, Hyundai and Toyota. While California is currently waving the FCEV flag, so to speak, the technology is by no means limited to this area, with Honda, Hyundai and Toyota all looking to extend their footprint in the US and reach a wider customer base.

Read the full feature here.


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