Hyundai Motors offers 50 units for the world’s first fuel cell car sharing service

Hyundai Motors delivered 50 units of ix35 Fuel Cell to The Linde Group located in Munich, Germany. The Korean automobile company laid the foundation for the world’s first fuel cell powered zero-emission vehicle sharing service BeeZero, which will begin on July 16, 2016.

Introduced by a recently established subsidiary Linde Hydrogen Concepts of The Linde Group, BeeZero synergizes the 2 mobility patterns of automobile sharing and no emissions.

The BeeZero car sharing service will run on a zone-based design. 50 units of ix35 Fuel Cell will be present in Munich’s town hall as well as in numerous areas of Munich. As with traditional car sharing services, the cars can be quickly booked online or through a mobile phone app.

The Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell can take a trip about 600 kilometers on a single tank, making it ideal for not only short journeys within the city however also longer journeys.

Hydrogen fuel for BeeZero is supported by sustainable production processes.

The ix35 Fuel Cell is the world’s very first mass-produced and commercially offered fuel cell electrical car (FCEV). Presently, there are over 250 units of Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell on European roadways in 13 nations.

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