New company plans to get autonomous hydrogen-powered trucks on the road

Autonomous driving technology is the focus of a brand-new hydrogen truck manufacturer that is targeting mass production by 2024.

Dubbed Hydron, the arguably futuristic firm was today (June 10) launched by Mo Chen, co-founder of San Diego-based TuSimple.

No stranger to the mobility space, Chen has already helped develop AI-powered autonomous software and carry out the successful operation of a self-driving heavy-duty truck.

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