The Hyundai XCIENT fuel-cell vans come outfitted with a 180-kW hydrogen fuel-cell system with two 90-kW fuel-cell stacks.
Hyundai Motor Firm will export 27 models of its XCIENT fuel-cell heavy-duty vans to Germany, which is Europe’s greatest business automobile market. These eco-friendly buses might be utilized by seven German corporations in logistics, manufacturing and retail and might be part of their fleet service with government-backed funding. The funding program encourages utilization of sustainable drive programs in addition to infrastructure growth of refueling or charging infrastructure throughout the nation.
With this, Hyundai has entered the German business automobile market and goals high additional broaden its enterprise into the broader European business automobile market. “We’re glad to now additionally formally enter the German business automobile market with our heavy-duty gasoline cell electrical truck. (We) will leverage this chance to broaden our enterprise into the broader European market,” mentioned Mark Freymueller, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Car Enterprise Innovation of Hyundai Motor Firm.
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The seven German corporations that might be deploying the fuel-cell vans from Hyundai had initially utilized for the funding and efficiently acquired approval from BMDV. In August final 12 months, BMDV had rolled out its funding tips for business autos with different drive programs upon approval by the European Fee.
The federal government funding is out there for battery, gasoline cell and hybrid electrical autos, comparable to refueling/charging infrastructure and associated feasibility research. A price range of 1.6 billion euros has been made accessible till 2024 to buy these eco-friendly business autos.
Hyundai Motor has already deployed 47 models of its XCIENT fuel-cell in Switzerland the place they’ve collected over 4 million kilometers in driving as of July this 12 months.
The Hyundai XCIENT fuel-cell vans come outfitted with a 180-kW hydrogen fuel-cell system with two 90-kW fuel-cell stacks. The 350-kW e-motor affords most torque of two,237 Nm and allows dynamic driving efficiency.
First Revealed Date: 04 Aug 2022, 14:50 PM IST