Hydrogen Motor

Hyundai I-Blue (2007-)

Hyundai will join the group of automakers wearing their green cufflinks at the Frankfurt auto show when it unveils a new hydrogen powered concept. The i-Blue concept previews a future crossover and employs the Korean company's new 3rd-generation fuel cell technology.

Strangely, the concept was developed not in Seoul but in Hyundai's technical center in Chiba, Japan, according to a report from Automotive News. The report also claims the crossover will be based on a car platform rather than previous concepts that utilized SUV underpinnings. --->more

Hyundai I-Blue

Hyundai I-Blue
Engine/Motor --
Power output --
Tank 115 liter
Torque 189 lb-ft @ 0 - 3,056 rpm
0-100 km --
Top speed 165 km/h
Range 600 km

 

 

 

Hyundai Tucson Hybrid FCEV (2005)

 

Hyundai's second-generation fuel cell vehicle is dramatically improved in almost every way. The Tucson FCEV has a driving range double that of Hyundai's first-generation vehicle, the Santa Fe FCEV. Maximum speed and power have both increased to improve the overall performance. In a major technology breakthrough, the Tucson FCEV is one of the first fuel cell vehicles capable of starting in freezing temperatures. Testing has proven that the vehicle is capable of starting after being subjected to -20 degrees Celsius temperatures for five days. Other technical advancements including a higher output fuel cell and a new lithium ion polymer battery. --->more Hyundai Tucson Hybrid FCEV
Hyundai Tucson Hybrid FCEV
Engine/Motor --
Motor: Power output --
Fuel cell stack: Power output --
Tank capacity 152-liter
Torque --
0-100 km --
Top speed 150km/h
93 mph
Range 300 km
186 miles