Behind the wheel of Hyundai’s Nexo Fuel Cell EV

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Electric vehicles have yet to take over the world due to a pair of shortcomings inherent to the technology: limited range and long refueling times. Hyundai’s hydrogen-powered 2019 Nexo FCEV addresses both issues — all while it cleans the atmosphere around you like a giant, driveable Coway Mighty.

While the Kona Electric leans heavily on the concepts of “flow and circuitry” for its design, Chris Chapman, Senior Chief Designer at the Hyundai Design Center, explained during Hyundai’s recent launch event in Los Angeles, the Nexo Fuel Cell is designed with “air and water” in mind (because it’s hydrogen powered and expels water as waste, get it?). Hyundai describes the Nexo’s exterior as “future-oriented,” though apparently that future is one in which a BMW i3 and a Jeep Renegade had a lovechild.

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This article and images were originally posted on [Engadget] October 15, 2018 at 12:12AM. Credit to the original author and Engadget | ESIST.T>G>S Recommended Articles Of The Day.





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