Ahead of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 debut, Hyundai has revealed a lot about their next-gen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV). The carmaker is preparing to showcase a trio of the new technologies at the Las Vegas Convention Center, where the CES 2018 is scheduled to happen.
Hyundai had revealed the fuel cell vehicle concept last year at a special event in Seoul, South Korea, where the model was showcased and gained a lot of appreciation. The company says that the hydrogen-powered SUV will be launched in this year. This hydrogen concept will ensure that the company has an intention to focus on eco-friendly vehicles and also to keep the environment as green as possible.
The Next-Gen fuel cell electric vehicle has been designed based on the futuristic technology. The front side of the vehicle looks sharp with the available scimitar-shaped headlamps and a V-shape wave-like grille. The wheels are built with alloy material that offers a cool and shuriken look.
It is expected that the new FCEV will use the 4th generation of the hydrogen fuel cell technology, which was first introduced in the year by the same company. Hyundai is expecting that the hydrogen-powered SUV will cover 800 km on a single charge, alongside delivering a maximum power of 161 bhp.
The new fuel cell centric vehicle also features a new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) technology that will help the driver in a more convenient and safe drive. Hyundai is expecting to fulfil their desire to provide clean mobility to the world by adding this Next-Gen Fuel Cell Vehicle into their eco-vehicle portfolio. In addition, the Next-Gen car would come with an Intelligent Personal Cockpit along with artificial intelligence enhanced voice recognition and better signalling system.