Hyundai Motor Company will host a digital premiere event on October 14 to highlight its fuel cell technology and unveil XCIENT Fuel Cell truck.
The Korean auto maker claimed XCIENT is the world’s first mass-produced fuel cell heavy-duty truck. At the event, leaders of Hyundai’s Commercial Vehicle Business Division and Fuel Cell Center will release their roadmap for clean commercial mobility while introducing the eco-friendly fuel cell truck.
Earlier in July, Hyundai shipped XCIENT Fuel Cell to customers in Switzerland as part of Hyundai Motor’s plan to roll out a total of 1,600 fuel cell electric commercial vehicles by 2025. Hyundai Motor’s focus on the fuel cell technology reflects its commitment to clean mobility and vision for a future hydrogen society.
XCIENT Fuel Cell is equipped with a 350-bar 32-kg hydrogen tank that provides around 400 km of driving range with a full trailer in tow.
Fueling time to full charging takes approximately 8~20 minutes and this truck can carry a load comparable to a diesel truck. It also provides various safety and convenience features such as Front Collision-avoidance Assist (FCA), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), smartphone mirroring and wireless charging.
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