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2017 Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai showcases Hydrogen FE Fuel Cell Concept

Hyundai’s FE Fuel Cell Concept is part of the company’s Eco vehicle programme and the manufacturer will introduce 14 more new models by 2020.

2017 Geneva Motor show- Hyundai FE Fuel Cell

South Korean manufacturer, Hyundai has revealed a new FE Fuel Cell Concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The ‘FE’ in the name stands for Future Eco and the fuel concept shows the next generation of Hydrogen powered vehicles and technologies from the company. Based on the Tucson ix35 Fuel Cell, the Hyundai FE Fuel Cell is 20 percent lighter in weight, 10 percent more efficient and it also has 30 percent more power density. The FE concept also gets battery packs that are charged by the output power and that power can be used by the passenger to charge various devices.

The most interesting part of the Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept is that it can run 800km between refueling, which is significantly more than even some fuel-efficient diesel cars. In addition, it will also feature advanced ‘Hyundai Smart Sense’ driver assistance technologies for better safety. The FE Fuel Cell is based on the concept of nature and water , which shows the Zero emission capabilities of the company. It also comes with an internal air humidifier, which recycles the water emitted by hydrogen energy and circulates it inside the cabin.

2017 Geneva Motor show- Hyundai FE Fuel Cell interiors

On the exterior, the concept features headlamps and LED tail lamps at rear. Inside the cabin, the fuel cell features an infotainment screen, analogue dials screen and gear shifter screen for smartphone usage.

Hyundai’s FE Fuel Cell Concept is part of the company’s Eco vehicle programme and the manufacturer will introduce 14 more new models by 2020. The Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept is the next step for Hyundai Motor towards creating a zero-emission Hydrogen Energy Society, stated a company document.

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