Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. announces that it has signed an agreement with International Fuel Cells (IFC) to incorporate IFC's fuel cell power plant in its sport/utility vehicle (SUV) demonstrator program. Initially, the agreement calls for the development of two prototype Santa Fe fuel cell SUVs to be used to demonstrate the technology and for testing in real world driving situations. The 75-kilowatt fuel cell system developed by IFC will use hydrogen as its fuel. The IFC system claims a ...

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