2018 Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept; SUV with Hydrogen
Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept, hydrogen SUV at the GENEVA MOTOR SHOW 2017. Some solutions will come on standard product expected in 2018.
Hyundai FE Concept breaks at the Geneva Motor Show 2017 relaunching on hydrogen mobility. A suv that anticipates some of the solutions, automation driving in the first place, that we find in a set pattern, with hydrogen fuel cell electric intended to debut in 2018. The first exercise of fuel cell SUV ix35 Fuel Cell, now there goes back to is an all new and vastly improved technical characteristic.
The concept leads to debut 20% lighter than architecture ix35 Fuel Cell, more efficient than the 10% and upper 30% battery power. Details that are combined with a curvy design, solid surfaces and covered by the play of light on the front and tail. The proportions are those of a dynamic product that looks to the electric mobility of the future. Waiting for the fuel cell to fully materialize before 2020 Hyundai is planning the launch of 14 new models with low environmental impact, which means essen zalmente hybrid and electric proposals “with the plug”.
Intelligent solutions for mobility, anticipated by Hyundai FE Fuel Cell Concept, pass by the presence of an electric scooter foldable, hosted in the trunk, with integrated battery charging, useful to cover the last mile leading to the destination. There is no lack of additional, useful extractable batteries to power personal technological devices.
As to the Interior of the concept, interesting water reuse is obtained from the transformation process of hydrogen into electricity: is used by the air conditioning system to humidify the air and improve comfort.
The cockpit is futuristic and, as such, simplified. Two large screens in a single frame stand behind the wheel and retractable. Bottom flat suspended and center console with tactile controls, plus a third screen.
The power reserve supplied by the electrical system with hydrogen fuel cell exceeds 800 km, declared value from Hyundai. The great barrier to the dissemination of technology lies in the slightest capillarization of hydrogen distribution network, particularly in Europe.