Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. has developed a third-generation advanced hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle it will begin testing in Korea next year The Tucson ix FCEV is the work of Hyundai’s Fuel Cell Vehicle Center in Mabuk, near Seoul, a Hyundai spokesman tells Ward’s. It has an estimated driving range of 404 miles (650 km), compared with the 230-mile (370-km) range of Hyundai’s second-generation Tucson FCEV, which was developed in 2008. Fuel efficiency is rated at 73 mpg (3.2 L/100 km), ...
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