SEOUL – Hyundai holds the world premiere of its first-ever fuel-cell electric-vehicle concept at a press briefing at the annual auto show here. Called the Blue2, Hyundai says the new concept provides a “blueprint for future sedans.” It is powered by a fuel-cell electric system that delivers hydrogen fuel stack power of 90 kW (120 hp) and fuel economy of 82 mpg (34.9 L/100 km). Hyundai says the Blue2 name is a combination of its “Blue Drive" eco-brand and the number "2" from H2, the ...

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