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Hyundai’s luxury vehicle brand ‘Genesis’ will use fuel cells and batteries to achieve zero-emissions by 2030
© Genesis
Hyundai’s luxury vehicle brand ‘Genesis’ will use fuel cells and batteries to achieve zero-emissions by 2030
© Genesis

Hyundai’s luxury vehicle brand ‘Genesis’ will use fuel cells and batteries to achieve zero-emissions by 2030

With an increasing urgency to strive for a more sustainable future, Hyundai’s luxury car brand Genesis Motors has revealed its vehicles will be powered by batteries and hydrogen fuel cells by 2030.

This is part of a target to be a 100% zero-emission vehicle brand by 2030 with the additional aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2035.

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