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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hyundai revealed the hydrogen-powered van

Hyundai introduced a hydrogen-fueled commercial car concept. Seeing the design, the car named 'Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept' was not much different from other minibus. These Hyundai's eco-friendly vehicle will be shown off at the Paris Auto Show 2016 at the end of the month, before that Hyundai will head to Hanover, to debut the H350 Fuel Cell Concept at the 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show.
Hyundai shows off its zero-emissions future for commercial vehicles named Hyundai H350 Fuel Cell Concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eMCb7)
As quoted from Motoring on Monday, September 26, 2016, Nowadays not many automobile manufacturers use the fuel cell technology on the minibus. Hyundai H350 arguably the first minibus that carries those kind of technology.

But in the global automotive market, the hydrogen-fueled vehicles Hyundai H350 is not the first. For example, Toyota had already been made the fuel cell cars a long time ago through the Clarity and Mirai models. Toyota hydrogen powered Mirai capable of producing the power up to 152 hp with torque reaching 335 nm. And has a cruising range reached 502 kilometers for one refill of hydrogen gas.
Hyundai H350 can accommodate five standard European pallets or up to 14 seats in a bus configuration and its bulky hydrogen tanks can occupy space under the floor. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eMDfV)
Honda as well, through its FCX model that capable to burst the power up to 134 hp and torque of 256 Nm. With a tank capacity reaches 171 liters, the FCX has a cruising range reaching up to 482 km.

In addition, when compared with a pure electric-powered cars such as Tesla, Hyundai H350 has advantages in terms of refueling time. If the electric vehicle takes hours to recharge the battery, Hyundai H350 only takes four minutes to fill the tank with a capacity of 175 liters.

With such capacity, Hyundai claims that the H350 has a cruising range of up to 425 kilometers. Electricity from a hydrogen chemical process in the car can generate power up to 134 hp with a torque of up to 328 nm which is then channeled through a six-speed transmission system.
As the picture here shows above, the bulky hydrogen tanks can occupy space under the floor. And the H350 can accommodate five standard European pallets or up to 14 seats in a bus configuration. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS | MOTORING]
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