At the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Hyundai showed its Nexo hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV). The 161hp SUV is fitted with a 95kW fuel cell and promises a range of 805km. The car makes 395Nm and can hit 100kph in a claimed time of 9.5sec.
The company says its hydrogen powertrain is as durable as internal combustion engine-powered cars, and refuelling only takes five minutes. The car also features fully autonomous systems and includes a next-generation Blind Spot Monitor. The car also features Lane Following Assist (LFA) and Highway Driving Assist; the former can steer, accelerate and brake the car while the latter uses map data and builds on LFA to control the car's speed based on the current speed limit of that specific road.
The car also comes with a remote parking system.