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Hyundai Motor Unveils Hydrogen-Powered Concept Car at 2016 IAA in Hanover
  • By Jung Min-hee
  • September 23, 2016, 02:15
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Markus Schrick, managing director of Hyundai Motor Germany, far left, and President Han Seong-kwon, head of commercial business division at Hyundai Motor, second from left, pose for a photo in front of the H350 Fuel Cell Concept at the 2016 IAA Commercial
Markus Schrick, managing director of Hyundai Motor Germany, far left, and President Han Seong-kwon, head of commercial business division at Hyundai Motor, second from left, pose for a photo in front of the H350 Fuel Cell Concept at the 2016 IAA Commercial

 

Hyundai Motor announced on September 22 that it revealed the H350, known as the Hyundai Solati in Korea, and the Mighty midsize truck at the 2016 International Automobile Exhibition (IAA) Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, the world’s largest mobility trade show.

At an exhibition area of about 550 square meters (166 pyeong) at the 2016 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show held in Hanover, the capital and largest city of the German state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), on the 21st (local time), the company exhibited one concept car and five commercial cars – the H350 Fuel Cell Concept, two H350 commercial vehicle models, the Mighty, known as the Starex in Korea, and the Xcient.

Hyundai Motor showed its will to develop eco-friendly technologies in the commercial vehicle sector through the H350 Fuel Cell Concept. The model is equipped with the company’s self-developed 24 kW (0.95kWh) high-efficiency lithium-ion polymer battery. The H350's electric motor produces 100kW and Hyundai claims the model can clip a 150km/h top speed. With a 175-litre fuel tank, it can also run for 420 km before requiring refueling, according to the company.