The Hyundai Nexo FCEV has entered the Malaysian car market.
Hyundai Motor Co. announced on May 27 (local time) that it provided two Nexos for Sarawak Energy, a local public company, at the hydrogen charging station opening ceremony held in Kuching, Sarawak.
At present, Sarawak Energy is engaged in a project for green infrastructure construction, building hydrogen production facilities and hydrogen charging stations in the Malaysian state. The hydrogen charging station opened that day is the first one of its kind in Southeast Asia, and the state selected the Nexo for pilot vehicle operation in the local public sector.
“We chose the Nexo in that it is excellent in technology, stability and maximum driving range,” said Sarawak Energy CEO Sharbini Suhaili. “We will enter more Southeast Asian green car markets based on our achievement in Malaysia,” Hyundai Motor said.